Ramada Plaza Louisville Hotel And Conference Center
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Yay! A flight without any drama! We boarded and headed on our way to Louisville with no problems. We got in about midnight. It had been snowing and the roads were bad on the way to the hotel. We were going to go to the Louisville Slugger Bat Factory and Museum but with the roads the way they were. It would just depend on what the roads are like in the morning.
Since this is a 32 hour overnight and I had all day today, I decided to rent a car and go exploring. No one else wanted to go so I went by myself. My first stop was President Abraham Lincoln's birthplace in Hodgenville, KY. I remember going there as a kid but I have very vague memories of it and it doesn't look anything like what I remember. Then I …
I had fun today, saw a lot of history which is what I enjoy. I love American History. And it was a beautiful day. The wind was cold though but the sun was out. I'm just glad I didn't have rain because they had it the day before and the day after it was supposed to rain.
After I left Abraham Lincoln's birthplace and childhood home, I drove to Perryville, KY to see the Perryville Battlefield State Historic Park. I love the Civil War era so I was looking forward to this. They had a lot of rain so the ground was a bit marshy so I didn't get to walk around as much as I would have liked to on the trails. It was a …
This hasn't been my favorite hotel or overnight that we stay in but the location isn't bad. There's a lot of restaurants around and stores. Up until this trip, the highlight of my trip was walking to Walmart and Hancock Fabrics. But after I picked up a tourist book on Louisville, I realized there is a lot to do in and around Louisville. The hotel …
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