Red Roof Inn Lexington South
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... thro the city - 70MPH - changes to 55 - 2:10 - a snap and very interesting. Huge variety of architecture in this big City. Overall, it's a tired looking place but it's a great diversion to straight highway driving. Cross the huge Ohio River throughout the City. In the middle of the City you cross into another State - Kentucky. That must be a bit of a nightmare at times. 3:20 - Lexington - "Heart of Horse Country". Man-O-War is buried here - he ...
First, I should say that I never use the term "Xmas," which I think is an ugly word, but I couldn't resist the ridiculous rhyme.
We are now in Lexington, KY, having finished the first leg of the nearly 1200 mile driving tour. We ran around like crazy this morning doing chores--most of which would have been done yesterday if the power hadn't gone ...
... did get to take home the glasses we sampled the drinks in, which is pretty cool and a nice souvenir. After that tour it was seriously time for a nap. We got in a good hour nap and then headed out to the Old Owl Tavern. It was recommended to do along with the bourbon trail as a great traditional restaurant with a huge bourbon selection. The tavern was in the basement of the Beaumont Inn. The Inn itself was beautiful and obviously a fancy place to stay ...
We were making our way towards Lexington Kentucky to do some bourbon drinking but it was still a little too far away to do in a single drive. We spent the day driving through the winding roads of the Appalachian Mountains. When we entered Kentucky I was surprised at how foresty it was. The roads were incredibly windy and Chris had to be careful for the sharp turns. There are a lot of Pick-up trucks in this part ...
... and behold, their Sunday special was a Kentucky Hot Brown. Windy Corner was everything it was cracked up to be. A corner grocery style building and layout in the middle of horse country. It was bordered on every side by farms. They serve local food when possible and proudly proclaimed that their salad fixin’s come from .02 miles away. Andrea’s Hot Brown was impeccable. A yummy marriage of brioche, turkey, ham, bacon, tomatoes, ...