La Quinta Inn & Suites Evansville
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- Swimming pool
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... including a magnificent collection of late 19th century stained glass windows from a church that was to be demolished (no photos allowed).
With the late afternoon upon us we paid a short visit to the Western Kentucky Botanical Garden (to the west of town), derived from farm land of an historic Italianate Farmstead and gifted to the community in 1994. It was just closing but we were allowed to walk the gardens as long as we closed and locked the ...
Thomas Wolfe in the novel, You Can't Go Home Again said,
"This is man, who, if he can remember ten golden moments of joy and happiness out of all his years, ten moments unmarked by care, unseamed by aches or itches, has power to lift himself with his expiring breath and say: "I have lived upon this earth and known glory!"
I am not exactly sure what moments Wolfe ...
... The city won't allow alcohol in public spaces, so the beer garden was across the street from the festival, rather than in the park where they could have made a killing. This is probably why this town remains so cute...they lack just enough capitalistic thinkers to keep it quaint.
And to close this trip I had a visit from a long lost friend. Megan drove 4 hours from Cincinnati just to have ...
We left Malone State Park, regretfully since it was ideal, but headed for Mammoth Cave National Park, even though we had to backtrack East. Man, the Kentucky roads are stinkin' NARROW, no shoulder, and are often slopped the wrong way, so it scares the heck out of you on occasion. Passing a truck or wide vehicle is a nail biter.
Anyway, got to Mammoth Cave, and a tour was just leaving so I jumped on that, but the ...
... on that was followed by 9 and 11 % climbs that made the day longer than usual. We ended the day with a happy hour at a small resort where we were entertained by a Lincoln impressionist who gave us his view of Lincoln's. Life. Fun was had by ...