BEST WESTERN Campbellsville Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Okay, okay . I know, "Where's the blogs people?" Well, here you go: Saturday Tim got off of work pretty late. We normally see him home around 10:30 or 11. About 9pm Jenn and I were sitting at the dinner table in the trailer, having some some snacks as we quietly waited for the kids to slip into dreamland. As I looked out the window I saw a figure pass by, head towards the trailer door. I hopped up and exclaimed, "Tim's home early." I headed towards the ...
... drove towards Bardstown. Bardstown was voted America's most beautiful small town.
We found a gorgeous campsite situated right on a lake. Our first night being proper campers. We cooked a yummy meal on our two burner cooker, sat in the evening sun drinking American bud light.
The van is great to sleep in, a comfortable bed and blackout curtains - just like being at home.
After breakfast we drove into ...
... trooper! Our tent was awesome...it was a giant teepee! Camping was a good move. We got up at 8, drove into town to find some actual edible food and found a great little supermarket with actual vegetables (almost of all them were local and organic.....they really are an all or nothing country!). We have been living mainly on blueberries, which are the only source of fresh food readily available. We headed back to our lodging to cut up lunch then drove back to spend ...
... color: rgb(51, 51, 51); font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: 18px;">Phones, television, wireless internet service, a library, a refrigerator, and piano are here for our guests' use. The large yard with gardens, wisteria arbor, fish pond, swings, and hammocks are ideal for couples on a romantic retreat, readers looking for a peaceful spot, or children who need a safe place to play.
It's a cliche because it's true. Wherever you go, there you are. As any one who has spent any time on self analysis knows, there is no escape from your own mind. Yes, you can attempt to improve yourself, to push and challenge yourself - these things are good and helpful in the process of getting to know what makes you tick, but the little balls and chains of the mind are tricky. The things we tell ourselves on a loop, the little tapes that play reminding us of our ...