Motel 6 Louisville - Georgetown
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Still on our way to Nashvegas!!! Made some pit stops along the way in Ohio for gas and restrooms!! We saw the Cinncinatti Reds and Cinncinati Bengals stadiums along the way!! Stopped in Northern Kentucky for some lunch at Firehouse Subs!!!! Got back on the highway heading south towards Nashville and saw signs for the Jim Beam distillery so of course we had to go!! Should be in Nashville around ...
... each got to pick one to take home. We arrived for Noon brunch and surprisingly this place was filled with adults on their lunch break instead of packed with kids on summer vacation. Food was good, but as I often say to Aria, I was hungary so maybe that's why the food was so good.
We made it to Lousiville and checked into our hotel, the Homewood Suites but didn't stay long. We had an appointment to go down under - to an underground cavern to ...
... it Forward and Pay it Back Offering." Last night during the prayer meeting at Crestwood Baptist Church, we had the blessing of being prayed over individually for this trip. What a powerful testimony to the love in the body of Christ! While we are gone -- please continue to keep us in prayer. Here are some of our requests: To be God's Hands and Feet on the ground in Nicaragua That we might decrease so that He ...
... into our food/packs. It was pretty comical to watch him attack it with his treking poles. I just went back to sleep. The last day was rough. Day 1 was long and Day 2 looked to be just as long and hilly. We got 3/4's the way done and called it quiets. We hit up a road and then had DNR drop us off at a our vehicle. The trail was once again not very pretty, but tough. You do get to see the Ohio River and ...
... We had to hike through thorn bushes and over grown shrubs often. The trail needed to be blazed again. The elevation change was consistently up and down the entire day. A pretty tough day of hiking because of the distance, mud, and change in elevation, but not very technical or pretty of a hike.
Day 1 stats: 18.33 miles, 42,316 steps (new record), ~3,323 calories burned, and 307 floors climbed (new record).