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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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Day Nine, April 20, 2015
Cave City, Kentucky
What a bumpy night. For some reason I was tired and sleepy last night so I turned in early. I had planned to watch the third installment of A.D but didn't realize that it would come on at 8:00 instead of 9:00 since we are in Central time. When I gathered that I had missed it I just turned off the TV. Guess since we’re headed to Nashville I should have watched the ...
... the bottom fell out so we wandered around there for a while. After riding around Bowling Green for just a few minutes Jerry spotted a Krogers so we stopped in there. We had thought of stopping at Sam’s also but it was raining pretty hard so we came on back to the motor home.
After we got in we read for a while, had dinner, cleaned the dishes and were just getting ...
... where you had to carry a lantern. Unfortunately it was sold out and is only offered Fridays and Saturdays. It was past lunch time so we headed back to the RV for lunch. We then sat outside for a while as the weather was just perfect. In fact I put on a pair of shorts. After a while we both came in and took long naps. Neither of us slept well Friday night. I’m not sure if it was the time change, knowing we had to get up and out in ...
Yesterday we wound our way across Missouri towards Kentucky - literally. Cliff decided he didn't want to use the highways so we found a back road that twisted and turned, dipped sideways into each turn, and also went up and down - It was interesting! It was a pretty route though, and would be a great drive in an open-top sports car.
We stopped overnight at ...
... a place to have a late lunch, after missing the exit for Mammoth Cave (GPS said we were going the right way but the exit numbers were not matching) we stopped in Bowling Green and ate at the Corvette Cafe, attached to the National Corvette Museum. After lunch we took the tour, well worth the $6 apiece (student discount), and learned about the history of the Corvette and some of its racing ...