Sleep Inn Louisville Preston Hwy
Travel Blogs from Louisville
The trip from Charleston to Vine Grove was pretty uneventful, but from the moment we got to the Louisville area it turned into an Alaska Revisited party. Wonderful to see Ralph and his mother again, and to meet his sister Brenda, and see their houses. Then we went (with a view of Ft Knox on the way) to see and hear ...
... a plane but we'll see!
I got most of my packing finished yesterday and tonight I am just finished up packing carry-on bag since I'm adding thing I use everyday into that bag.
This will definitely be a new experience for me.
... horse, the trainers that develop the horses, the traditions in racing and the star race horses. The museum also had a surround theater that featured a horse from birth to the derby with all the festivities that go along with derby day.
We had lunch at the cafe -- which was moderately priced but it was clear that the Kentucky Derby was all about the high rollers. All bets are in cash. On the derby race $15,000,000 was bet; for ...
... the traffic slowed to a crawl. It took us about an hour in the Pigeon Jam to get through Pigeon Forge - we figured that everyone was checking out of their hotels and hitting the road.
As we got to I-40 headed for Knoxville the traffic got lighter but the rain kept going. We got delayed so much that we stopped for lunch a few miles north of Knoxville - and the rain was coming ...
... I leave. All of these new things are so exciting! I have a little over two weeks before my flight will take off. I am so excited!
Update on last post: I know I said I'd probably be packing by now but I haven't even started yet other than the fact that I have set aside several things that I will be packing. I know should start packing soon because I don't need to wait ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility