Holiday Inn Express Louisville-NW @ New Albany
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Just a small little update! It's official! I'm traveling tomorrow! I will take my flight fairly early in the morning! Right now it's 11:14pm and I plan to be at the airport at 7am! First ever flight Here I come! I think I will get nervous for the flight since it is my first time ...
... bad economic times]. Clark named the track Churchill Downs after the land owners. Churchill Downs is a National Historic Landmark since 1986.
We took a tour of the grandstand area and got a feel for what the Kentucky Derby day is like - It is highly organized mayhem. There are about 75,000 grand stand seats [more later] and over 75,000 people in the infield -- standing or siting on the grass watching the race on the ...
... the traffic slowed to a crawl. It took us about an hour in the Pigeon Jam to get through Pigeon Forge - we figured that everyone was checking out of their hotels and hitting the road.
As we got to I-40 headed for Knoxville the traffic got lighter but the rain kept going. We got delayed so much that we stopped for lunch a few miles north of Knoxville - and the rain was coming ...
Yesterday, I went to the airport and picked up my order for foreign currency! I wanted to get some Dirhams before I leave so that I will have some the moment I arrive. I don't want to have to take the time to immediately go and exchange my money when I arrive, so I figured this way it will be easier. I love foreign things, and when I saw the different bills I thought it was so ...
The c21 is quite the place. Fancy. Modern. A bit too much for me although I did not find it to be. Over-the-top. Meal was good at Proof. Earlier in the day, we stopped at the Buffalo Trace Distillery, makers of Pappy Van Winkle Bourbon. Big place. Expensive. There was one line that we manual for the filling to the ...
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