I am looking for activities for 14-18 year olds coming for the FFA National Convention. I was wondering if anyone knew of any farms around the area that give tours. I am looking to go to the Louisville Slugger Museum, and would like suggestions of other places to go. I saw some info for the Louisville Mega Cavern and would like to know opinions on this activity. This is an activity day for November 1, 2013.
Where is a good place to buy usable handbag with decent price in Lexington?
Are there any sheep farms in the Danville area?
I have been told that there is an antique rosewood melodian in Stephan Foster's house/museum. Is this true? I have been told that my antique rosewood melodian is the exact same name, maker, and date of mine, and that this is the only one that is known of that is exactly like mine. Can you give me some information about the melodian in Stephen Foster's museum if this is true? I would greatly appreciate it. I inherited my melodian from my great, great, great aunt that owned an art gallery in Birmingham, Alabama. Sincerely, Scarlot Henson
In town on business, best area of town in Louisville to dine and have a few cocktails for two young professional 30 somethings? Thanks!
how do i reach Paducah from Chicago Airport?
i will prefer to use the train and bus then a final taxi to my location which is in the Lower Town Arts District School of Arts & Design because i will have luggage. i will be coming from Africa so i will wish to have stressfree journey after many hours in the air.
I will appreciate if the directions will help going by this circumstance.
You may also suggest alternative airports if they are better options but planes here go to Chicago, Cincinnati and Detroit. Thanks....
so im thinking about visiting a european country next year but have yet decided where to go, any ideas? I want to visit a beautiful country with friendly people, and if possible near a beautiful beach.
A friend and I will be passing through Louisville in early January. We won't have much time - an overnight with a good part of the day on either side. Looking for recommendations for a cool motel/hotel/hostel and a fun neighborhood to stroll around in. What we're not: shoppers, clubbers, or sight see-ers. Tips for a reasonable restaurant with good libations are welcome. We won't have much time, so we're not trying to do and see everything, just want to bum around and get and get an impression of the place, meet the friendly locals. :)
My boyfriend and I are going to Mammoth Cave as part of a road trip this fall. I see there are a lot of options for tours. Any suggestions? We're more interested in cave features & scenery not the historic stuff.
In what part of the state is Ft. Thomas, Kentucky located?
Does anyone remember a place called the Dixie Trailer Park? I lived there in 1969, when I was nine years old. None of our mail from this time has any address, other than Dixie Trailer Park, so I am unable to locate it on aerial photos. If any one can help me out with where it would be (if it had survived over the years)I would be thankful. I would like to check out my old stomping grounds via satellite pictures.
I will be at the Hyatt Regency Lexington and will be with 2 people who are diabetic. I was looking at the menus of the restaurants near the hotel and they don't seem to have much for diabetic people. Does anyone have any recommendations on where I can take my diabetic friends?
Thank you in advance.
I will be flying into Lexington at the beginning of August and will be there for 5 days. Does anyone have any suggestions for things to do, sights to see and places to eat at?
Any tips to make my stay in Lexington perfect would be appreciated.
Thank you in advance.
Will there be fireworks on the 4th of July at the park or nearby area?
I am wondering if anyone reading this has taken horses to Natural Bridge. It has a reputation for "losing" hikers to the cliffs and so I wonder what dangers we would find when riding our horses there. My friends are hesitant to go because of this dangerous reputation. Any other comments with regard to riding there would also be appreciated.
Seems like they've been revamping this tour recently, so I don't know what I'd get if we stopped. We have two smaller kids, and if there is still a self-guided tour around the grounds, I'd stop to let the family stretch their legs. If it is still "hustle into a room to watch a video" or a full blown tour only, I'll give this one a pass. Can anyone give me insight into what I could truly expect? Thanks!
i notice on the continental .com website they sell activity tickets (disney tickets)etc does anybody know whether anybody can buy these tickets or do you have to have booked through continental
Start July 2nd friday afternoon and reach Nashville in night. On July 3rd, spend half a day there and drive down to Mamooth Caves. Visit the tours and drive down to Louisville for night stay. On July 4th, visit Louisville attractions till 2pm and proceed to Cumberland falls. Stay overnight and on July 5th, drive back to my current destination Charlotte. I stayed in Louisville around 14 years back for 2 years and now curious to return to the place and see things again. Suggestions/Comments please...
A couple years ago my family visited Kentucky Lake. Before our trip, I looked up some interesting places to visit. Unfortunately, I didn't get to do many of these things. We are going back to Kentucky Lake this summer and I was trying to look up a few of the places again.
I remember finding a little information about a tiny, old church (possibly a schoolhouse). It was in the middle of the woods or something and there may not even be any main roads to this place. Did I dream this place up or can someone please tell me more about it?
Also, is there a historica place that gives scenic train rides?
please could some one tell me the price on the camp spots at jenny wiley park for campers???
We are planning for a trip to Louisville, KY from Charlotte, NC. Currently we want to see Cumberland Falls, Mamoth Caves and Louisville downtown attractions. Can you please suggest specific attractions in Louisville and around as well as enroute. We plan to go during July 4th long weekend, can you please let me know if I will face heavy traffic rush this route.
We're thinking of spending the weekend at Carter Caves and was just wondering if it has enough activities for a 3yr old, or if We should wait a few years?
Which companies/organizations will have hospitality tents nr. section 110-111 @ the Derby this year? Do any of them have tickets remaining? I need 10-12 preferably in Sec 110-111.
Where is the house located on Winn Street? What is the address?
Hey there - I'm helping my husabnd plan a Bachelor Party trip that he's hosting for a friend. They are planning to go to the infield at Derby. We live in Columbus, so it's about a 3.5 hour drive. I've heard that most hotels make you stay for three nights, and it's probably pretty pricey. Anyone have any ideas where nine very nice (not too crazy!) guys could spend the night on Friday and Saturday night of Derby weekend? They don't need anything fancy, but would prefer for the place to be clean and safe.
Or, can anyone just give me an idea in general about staying in Louisville that weekend? Is it better to stay out of town a little bit? They were thinking of going to Versailles, KY for a distillery tour on Sunday, so maybe somewhere in that area would be better, price and availability-wise?
Thanks for any ideas!!
We live in Columbus Ohio and find ourselves within driving distance of Kentucky, the state parks look very interesting and inviting. However is it a good idea to be visiting the same in winter now in December? Are the caves and Cumberland Falls all open at this time of the year, the websites mention that they are. Also how cold does it get?
Any advice on th above will be much appreciated. Thanks in advance!
I live here in kentucky and love all of the attractions. But every year I cant wait to attend the "COURT DAYS" some of our frends from out of town are invited to join us. My question is when you pull up the web site for this attraction it is out dated and the dates are of the week days not the week ends . Can we get more up to date info on this more people are enteristed in this attraction. Not sure if it is the [2nd] weekend or the [3rd] weekend of October?
Going to Natural Bridge State Park area November 1-4, 2009. Are there any places nearby where we can hear some live bluegrass music?
What is the best way and most inexpensive way to get from Louisville to Lexington?
what is the age of omalleys corner club in Louisville ky