Days Inn Glasgow
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... was asking if I wanted pumpkin pie. I said "no thanks" and then she handed us the bill. What if I wanted a coffee or a piece of cheesecake instead? Not allowed? Hurry-up, eat-up, get out of here!!!! Of course you can order still - but it seems like a rather large hint to get out when someone hands you the bill! The first time it happened, I thought the waitress was being super-rude, then it kept happening, so realise that it is customary. It will still take some getting used to ...
Before we left Kentucky, we decided to visit the Mammoth Cave Wild Life Museum. According to the brochure, it is the first and largest wildlife museum in Kentucky, with over 1600 specimens. We saw all the large favorites, staged in their natural habitat. We were very fortunate that when we visited, there were only a few other visitors, so we were able to take our time and enjoy ourselves. I hate to see ...
... Dedicated in 1872 this green space surrounded by beautifully restored historic buildings was once the town square and the site of parades, protests and pageants. We found a delightful little tea-shop there to enjoy a delicious snack. Next, a visit to the National Corvette Museum took up the afternoon hours. A living chronicle of the Corvette car and the people who made it a legend, with 70 or so exhibits, many privately owned and loaned. The self-guided ...
... TOTAL darkness and a bit of what the early explorers had to deal with. Now that I think about it, I don't recall Mathew warning us about going on the tour if we're afraid of the dark! We also had to navigate a section of cave they call "Fat Man's Misery", squeezing through a space about one foot wide! After our short spelunking adventure, returned to the light - climbing about 180 stairs, and continued on to LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. The only thing left to ...
... cathedral like chambers, fossils, canyon formations, flow stone, and so much more. The 6 hours flew by quickly and we were all laughing most of the day, with stories about the caves, along with our own stories being shared. Once we left the cave we had to hose off our boots, and all clothing we borrowed from them had to be washed at 120 degreese with special detergents to make sure the fungus from the cave doesnt spread anywhere else. At this point we were STARVING!! ...