Motel 6 Evansville
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a little lie-in after the many early starts! Owensboro is Kentucky's fourth largest city with ties to the roots of Bluegrass music and culinary delights such as BBQ’d mutton and burgoo (both of which we had sampled the night before). Driving from the hotel we were soon at a parking lot close by the Ohio River. It appeared that a lot of money has been spent in improving the riverfront area. A new convention centre flanked by two modern hotels, have been ...
Thomas Wolfe in the novel, You Can't Go Home Again said,
"This is man, who, if he can remember ten golden moments of joy and happiness out of all his years, ten moments unmarked by care, unseamed by aches or itches, has power to lift himself with his expiring breath and say: "I have lived upon this earth and known glory!"
I am not exactly sure what moments Wolfe ...
From Nashville I set off for my last stop on the south side of the Mason Dixon Line. Henderson, Kentucky was my final stop for this chapter of a 10,000 mile road trip. Why Henderson, KY? Because they have a free Blues Festival every year...and it is fantastic! I arrived amidst a downpour. Rain has followed me around 90% of this trip, and I still love it! When the rain subsided, I parked my car at the town ...
... back as 1812. The history of exploration and the characters that were involved over the years are richly documented and make for a fascinating read. The tour was a couple of hours, and incredibly diverse in it's formations, caverns etc. I loved it, but am probably caved out for awhile.
Left there, and considered going to Nolin State Park, but it was only about 8 miles north, so I decided (against advice from ...
Today we crossed the Ohio into Kentucky. We had an early morning start in the rain but the weather cleared as the day progressed and that was a good thing since we had 85 miles to cover in the day. The rolling hills were nice but we had a 17% ...