Quality Inn Northwest
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... to depart at midnight. While i dont think my blind vegetarianism (of almost 3 years) will last during the debates in my head this roadtrip, the taste of this salad, the cool freshness of crisp lettuce and ripe bursting cherry tomatoes is unmatched by anything i've eaten so far during this ...
... that we had problems so early in the trip...Jean was more troubled than I as I think she fears we may break down miles from any help. I don't think we will...this change out is a precaution. The engine started to leak oil after the first day on the road and I lost confidence it would make it through the next two months on the road. Before we left home last ...
This day begins actually on the day before. Thursday morning I leave work at 7:30 am and head home to do all the packing I promised to do during the past week. After sorting and folding 4 baskets of laundry I have selected and crammed the clothes I will be using for 10 days into a carryon duffel bag. Time for a ...
... that both he and Caroline were loath to give up. As Speck helped Caroline transfer her suitcases from his car to hers he said, "Someday the trip home will end here, and not with you loading up your car to go to your home."
After she left Speck finished unloading his bags, dragging them into the house and headed to bed to nap and then work again that ...
Right in Lexington there is a distillery with an interesting history called Town Branch. For us, this was the last distillery on the Bourbon Trail that we needed to complete the passport. Additionally, this was just added to the bourbon tour. The owner used to work for a company that made food for cows. A lot of the the mash left over from the distilling process goes to farms for animal ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking