WoodSpring Suites Louisville Southeast
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... into the path of a car. Having been almost hit by cars on numerous occasions over the years I feel very strongly that Pavlovian conditioning a dog whenever possible will lead to fewer cyclists getting chased in the future. That means fewer accidents, injuries and deaths. If a dog equates bicycles with physical discomfort, then I have done a good deed. The spray only irritates for 30 minutes. I accidentally rubbed some into my own eyes after getting a bit on ...
... family owned and producing single barrel Bourbons. The bottling and production line is still "hand made" with people adding the corks and sticking on the labels. We did the tour and bought the tee shirt, which I did on my last visit but Shirley shrunk them so this time I bought a size bigger! Then off to Woodford. Woodford is well off the highway on roads designed for horse and cart lots of rail fences and nags. Bought the shirt this ...
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 ...
... moving along the zip lines and walking across the challenge bridges kept us moving. Plus the two tour guides were pretty cool and entertaining.
We didn't get many pictures as the Mega folks didn't want any cameras brought in since if they dropped they couldn't be retrived and we'd be swinging across mostly dark areas inside. But I did get my I-phone in to snap a few shots, however it was too dark for much exposure. In the end, we conquered the "Mega Cavern".
... to New York City’s Highline Canal. It’s a great walk
and addition to the urban fabric connecting Louisville and Jeffersonville. It
was a warm humid afternoon, so naturally we had to stop for a beer at The Red
Yeti Brewing Company in downtown Jeffersonville. Their crisp clear tart pear
cider was perfect for a warm day.
Like most American cities, Louisville appears to be
experiencing somewhat ...