The Chariot Hotel East Louisville
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... cause your guard to go down while you watch the dry leaves fall from the tress And blow across the asphalt, until suddenly, bam! A bloodthirsty beast is coming towards you at ramming speed and you have about 2 seconds to decide what to do before contact. Restrained or caged dogs like to bark but they have nowhere to go. The issue is the sheer number of dogs per capita in these parts and the fact that many, both owned and stray, are left to roam free. Luckily ...
Still on our way to Nashvegas!!! Made some pit stops along the way in Ohio for gas and restrooms!! We saw the Cinncinatti Reds and Cinncinati Bengals stadiums along the way!! Stopped in Northern Kentucky for some lunch at Firehouse Subs!!!! Got back on the highway heading south towards Nashville and saw signs for the Jim Beam distillery so of course we had to go!! Should be in Nashville around ...
We departed Ohio today and headed for the 10th state on our summer vacation road trip: The Bluegrass state of Kentucky.
Before leaving Cincinnati we had breakfast at an interesting restaurant called Sugar n' Spce which had a kid-fun theme as you can see in my pictures. Along with cartoon characters painted on the wall were rows of small rubber ducks. Not sure of the story behind these other then the waiter says the owner collects them and shares one with each guest, ...
... is like a beef stew. It was so good. I had a BBQ beef brisket sandwich which was also delish. The meat and sauce was perfect. Elizabeth had a yummy Caesar salad and the boys had the Louisville Hotbrown. It was sliced turkey on toasted bread, topped with bacon, tomatoes and parm. Yummy cheesy delish. It is a limited menu but gooood.
We were greeted by Touchdown Jesus on I-75 in Monroe which was apparently re erected after being struck by ...
... and flew in to spend the weekend with me
until I dropped him off at his parents’ house on Monday. Meanwhile, my friend
Ed who I know from when I moved back to Denver in 2008-09 now lives and works in
Ed rents the spacious top floor apartment in a converted mansion
in historic Old Louisville, and I stayed at his place my first of three nights
in town before picking John up and ...