Motel 6 Louisville N - Jeffersonville
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of Motel 6 Louisville N - Jeffersonville
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Motel 6 Louisville N - Jeffersonville
Travel Blogs from Jeffersonville
We drove to Churchill Downs, home of the Kentucky Derby. It is right next to the University of Louisville and of course Ron had to wear his MSU shirt, just to rub it in.
Not knowing much about horse racing, this was really a very interesting place to visit. Some of the exhibits were very creative and the track was beautiful. On race day, they get 160,000 spectators. It is just a massive ...
... In the end, I won the basketball bracket and it was down to Lee (my brother-in-law) and me. Not only did I win money, but I now have bragging rights for the next year!
Then on to Mulberry, Indiana (Amish Country) to get our new trailer. Luckily, the trailer came in just as we ordered it. They guy who did the walk-thru was semi-clueless and at times it was like we knew more about the RV than he did. ...
... thankful for all the help we received from other CBC members. They donated their Sunday afternoon to help us get this job done. The glasses came from the Lion's Club, who provides them for free. Once we get them, we enter them into a computer inventory program and assign them a number. Once we get to India, we use a ...
... is beautiful and rides an extremely large horse, being large himself. He holds a holy bob in one hand and a green and gold axe in the other.
p168-172: This knight immediately demands to see whoever is in charge. Arthur offers to fight him, misinterpreting the wants of the knight. Instead the knight just wants to be struck by the axe by somebody else, and if he survives then 1 year ...
... differences from the ground floor to the ceiling can be considerable—upper floors can reach 120 to 130°F in the summer—and the hotter it is, the more rapidly the bourbon permeates the wood. ...