The Chariot Hotel East Louisville
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Day 4 started with phone alarm at 6 am, veggie mite on toast and good brew started the day that was reminiscent of chilly uk. Packed up and ready to go for 7.30am the long drive approx 4 hours awaits. iPod playlists with southern feel, van games, snoring and excitement grace us on the road down to Louisville for baseball game. We stopped for lunch around 12pm at place called Devou in Kentucky, the view can only be describe ...
... the hour and Harley's parked up here, there and everywhere. Tea was provided by Dani, Claire and Luke yummy beef fajitas washed down with some margaritas. After tea we headed for the Louisville stadium to see Louisville take on the Mudhems, I must say I think I was on the opponents side as the baseballers were much cuter ha ;) Sat there with a beer in hand and great company was an awesome experience, felt like I was officially in ...
... guys getting completely into it, in fact Lady A kept taking out their ear pieces to soak up the noise. It really started, going off from the support act, Billy Currington, who seems to be a star on the rise here with 8 number ones already and is getting a heap of airplay on the country channels we're getting into whilst driving! We met a lovely couple, Vicki and Jeff from Columbia, Kentucky. They are Long Horn Cattle Farmers and the salt of the earth! After a Long chat at breakfast ...
... Even nicer was a chance to talk with him, meet his wife and three young triplets. His two days older children were out for the evening. Ed has parted from the ride to begin to find transportation back to Oregon so I am riding solo now. Tomorrow morning I pick up a package of maps at the post office to guide me. The basic route is now up through Indiana and Ohio to Lake Erie. After that is ...
Louisville is a historic city on the Ohio River that gets a
few minutes of fame every year in May when it hosts the Kentucky Derby horse
race. I know nothing about horse racing, don’t watch TV, and never gamble at
all, so the Derby isn’t of particular interest to me. I don’t object to drinking
mint juleps when I have the chance, though. But the Derby takes place in
Louisville, so I figured ...