University Inn Hotel
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Screwed up the first entry and sent it to the wrong address! Just testing to see how this entry might appear. Curious if we can use this e-mail interface to make updates when we're not within e-mail range but queue them up for batch transmission. Would like to think this will work. The photo above is just an in-line image to see how it comes through. Let's try this! ...
... thro the city - 70MPH - changes to 55 - 2:10 - a snap and very interesting. Huge variety of architecture in this big City. Overall, it's a tired looking place but it's a great diversion to straight highway driving. Cross the huge Ohio River throughout the City. In the middle of the City you cross into another State - Kentucky. That must be a bit of a nightmare at times. 3:20 - Lexington - "Heart of Horse Country". Man-O-War is buried here - he ...
First, I should say that I never use the term "Xmas," which I think is an ugly word, but I couldn't resist the ridiculous rhyme.
We are now in Lexington, KY, having finished the first leg of the nearly 1200 mile driving tour. We ran around like crazy this morning doing chores--most of which would have been done yesterday if the power hadn't gone ...
... worth every bite. I can’t imagine eating like that everyday but boy it was delicious. I love southern food! We drove to Wal-Mart which unfortunately seemed to be the hangout place for teenagers with loud pickup trucks who like to peel off for no reason. I guess when your under 21 and can’t go out anywhere in town on a Friday night, you end up making noise in a Wal-Mart parking lot. It did quiet down eventually and we got a good night’s ...
... plethora of homes three digits old. Leaving the country for a moment, we stepped foot on the campus of the oldest college west of the Alleghenies -- Transylvania University.
A longer than expected drive through the University of Kentucky campus brought us to Joseph-Beth Bookstore. This multi-level store was jam packed with books and novelties as bibliophile would love. It also contained a coffee shop, bistro, travel agency, ...