Value Place Louisville, Kentucky (Clarksville IN)
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... it was time to hit the freeway again till we reached our destination of the Louisville slugger museum, home to the worlds largest baseball bat. I got to hold Derek Jeter baseball bat which was pretty cool. We were taken on a tour of the factory, we were shown how they use to make bats compared to how they make them today. They produce bats for all major league and minor league players. Love how diverse and different this tour is ...
... really missing the experience of actually fitting in wearing them!! The State Fair was awesome, I was in my element but there were no real crazy American's though, so we missed out maybe it would have been wilder on weekend!! The highlight of the night, with out a doubt, was seeing Lady Antebellum who from the third row were amazing to say the least! A talented Trio with unbelievable harmonies and one talented band! The atmosphere was fantastic, the noise level was nuts with both ...
... and had several surgeries but died due to infection. Eight Bells whose statue is in the courtyard is the horse that got second in 2006, broke both front ankles and had to be euthanized on the track. There are other races at the track and on Derby day there are 13 before the "Run for the Roses". They also have other tours at additional costs but this is what we wanted to see.
After we left Churchill Downs we drove thru the city then down to ...
... 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 ...
... the hotel we were amazed at the amount of gold leaf that had been used to enhance the lobby of the hotel. I took several pictures. Bonnie, you were correct; the French Lick Springs Hotel is VERY glitzy! Garry YOU were also correct. We went to the second floor and were very surprised at the number and variety of “names” we knew that had appeared there.
After walking around the hotel for thirty minutes or so we talked to a gentleman who worked there ...