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... it we are sorry because it was amazing!). We both agreed that last night was the most comfortable either of us has been sleeping in Charlotte so our modifications were a success!
Now on to Lafayette to meet Amanda for lunch before heading to Chicago.
... forgotten era of American
history, at least to the majority of people who may know quite a bit about the
Revolutionary era, the Civil War, and the twentieth century. How many, though,
can name most of the presidents between 1820 and 1860? Anyway, it is
interesting to think (as many historians apparently have done) about how
American history might have been different if a stronger political figure like
Clay had become president in ...
... are met it can be called whiskey but not bourbon. It sounds almost like European Union laws about what can be called what based on where it comes from and exactly how it’s made. Isn’t that "Socialist"?
Buffalo Trace looks like quite a massive industrial enterprise. It looks as though they must make enough to keep an entire state permanently drunk, but the large number of big brick buildings are mostly warehouses for the lengthy storage of ...
... nothing about before visiting.
Frankfort seems even smaller because the state capitol
building, governor’s mansion, and many other state office buildings are on a
low rise some distance across the Kentucky River from the town’s center rather
than right in town. The capitol building is quite monumental both outside and
inside with a largely marble interior or massive columns and ...
... of the era. Instead of numerous small houses clustered together and inhabited by nuclear families, Shaker Villages are all quite spread out with just a few largemulti-story dwellings where the brothers and sisters lived communally with their workshops at locations some distance from the residential buildings. There are often also some unique features like round barns, although not here at Pleasant ...