Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill

Address: 3501 Lexington Rd, Harrodsburg, Kentucky, 40330, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 3501 Lexington Rd, Harrodsburg, is near Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill.
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    Travel Blogs from Harrodsburg

    An arena in Kentucky to a kitchen of West Africa

    A travel blog entry by christenson on Sep 29, 2014

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    Today started off as a lazy, at home, day and ended with a few delightful surprises. We spent the morning reading and snacking and lounging. Then came our first pleasant surprise. Our hostess Barb, who is currently fourth in the nation for an event called “Combined Driving,” invited us to ride on her show carriage. She hitched up Night Flyer, gave the girls helmets, and away they went. The pictures posted below are all in her practice arena ...

    Kentucky is famous for... Horses and Hot Browns

    A travel blog entry by christenson on Sep 28, 2014

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    ... a several hundred acre horse extravaganza. There was the Museum of the Horse, the kiddie barn, the Champion Show, the Horses of the World Show, the trolley pulled by draft horses, and tons of other horse-y things. Some other highlights were the tomb of Man-O-War, seeing a farrier shop, and of course, the pony rides. Mission accomplished.

    Third Mission: Kentucky Hot Brown - We had heard many times about the restaurant Windy Corner, ...

    Explorium & Crematorium

    A travel blog entry by christenson on Sep 27, 2014

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    Besides ice cream, the one thing the Christensons always fit in on vacation is a trip to a local children’s museum. In Lexington, this means the Explorium. The Explorium is a two level, interactive playground for children of all ages. Being based in the horse capital of the world, one of the largest of the exhibits boasts an equestrian theme. Other features were the Bubble Room, the Homes of the World room, the Kentucky River Waterway, and ...

    Lexington’s Lesser Known Secrets

    A travel blog entry by christenson on Sep 26, 2014

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    ... of Lexington in Winchester, KY. Nearly a hundred years ago, a small businessman fought Coca-Cola for the right to make a cola flavored carbonated drink. And although he eventually won, this dark caramel flavored cola is not what they are known for, or even what they bottle today. In a stroke of genius and in an effort to survive the long legal battle he decided to develop drink which no one could take away. ...

    Chocolates, Plantation, and Kicks

    A travel blog entry by christenson on Sep 24, 2014

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    ... tasty treats including chocolate covered marshmallows fresh from the line I Love Lucy style.

    One of their specialties - pulled creams - are made using machine purchased from Kentucky legend, Colonel Sanders himself. The story goes that Colonel Sanders loved to make pulled creams for his mother, so he bought the equipment necessary. When he no longer had need of an industrial sized setup, he sold his machinery to the Old ...