DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Lexington
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... at the Senate Pub for Bruce Jenner 2.0 hotdogs (a split wiener in a soft taco shell) or any of their other fantastic/humorous choices. One of these days... Senate Pub has been on my food bucket list for a couple years now.
We finally made it to the Hampton Inn Downtown Indianapolis at about 6:30 and Sydney at the front desk got us moved from a room with 2 double beds to a suite with a king bed. Score! The view is sweet, we can see the war memorial from our ...
... Frankfort. I loved how the roads were bricked and the houses looked historical. It looked like there were not many upgrades to the architecture. It seemed that Frankfort wanted to hold onto its history. Click on photos to see caption
... distillery, started in 1812. Steve, our Guide, was VERY passionate about his bourbon. In the storage area, we shared the "Angels Chair". The aroma of thousands of barrels of Bourbon in various stages of aging is quite amazing. Then, the tasting, followed by the mandatory stop in the gift shop to purchase a bottle (and some Bourbon Balls). NIce day. Texas Roadhouse next door to hotel. All good.
... is a racetrack in Paris and also the site of thoroughbred auctions in June and October. How I would love to see both. It is ranked one of the top three race tracks in the US. We spent an evening for dinner in Lexington. What a happening spot. Lots of restaurants and bars around a few blocks with lots of people enjoying street side dining. Some of their friends play Wizzard every Wed so we were invited to that. A fun card game and of ...
... miles since leaving Atlanta. I think we will break the 4,000 mile mark when we are all done next Wednesday.
We are sorry for not having the words to better describe the incredible natural beauty we have seen everywhere we have traveled. Perhaps school teacher Katherine Lee Bates said it best when she wrote, "America! America! God shed his grace on thee. And crown thy good with brotherhood from sea ...