7:40 PM / Sunday July 12, 2020


Bardstown’s Kentucky Spirit

March 26, 2012

A great way to end your time in Bardstown is to take a ride on My Old Kentucky Dinner Train. You have a gourmet meal in elegantly restored 1940’s railcars as you take a 90-minute train ride. The train travels 22-miles pass glorious vistas of Bourbon Country. This is another of Bardstown’s singular experiences.

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Louisville’s Kentucky Spirit

March 15, 2012

Kentucky’s pride rest on its spirits, be they internationally renowned bourbons or the unique essence of its people. The name probably comes from the Iroquois “Ken-tah-ten,” meaning “land of tomorrow,” a very appropriate name to the pioneers who first settled in this portion of what was then Virginia.

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Experience Indiana (Part two)

March 5, 2012

Seymour, Indiana is the quintessential small town and it is the most famous one in America that people can’t identify by name. Seymour is the town where John Mellencamp grew up and he immortalized in such songs as “Small Town” and “Jack and Diane”.

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Experience Indiana (Part One)

February 27, 2012

In 2005 the National Trust for Historic Preservation designated Columbus one of America’s “Dozen Distinctive Destinations” and it has been rated 6th in the US for architectural innovation and design because of its more than 70 structures and public artworks…

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Philadelphia’s “Grand Tour”

February 20, 2012

The concept of traveling for purely personal knowledge and entertainment is a relatively new idea but it appears from cave paintings and early Mesopotamian texts that humans were always on the move. Early travels were in quest of food and resources but…

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Baltimore Bound

February 12, 2012

Fort McHenry is a restored five-pointed, star-shaped brick fort that guarded the Baltimore harbor. Tours begin in the Visitor and Education Center with an orientation film and state-of-the-art exhibits. Exterior tours are self-guided but throughout the fort you will encounter authentically clad interpreters.

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New York winter theater round up

February 5, 2012

Broadway began as an Algonquin trail, Wiechquaekeck, that ran north from the river all the way upstate. The theater district is situated in midtown and is roughly bounded by 44th and 54th Streets and 6th and 9th Avenues. Most theaters are located on the side streets and only four are actually on Broadway.

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What Happens in Vegas…

January 28, 2012

Thirty-six million people a year visit Las Vegas, Nevada, a surreal city at the juncture of neon and fantasy. There is literally something to enchant people of all ages, whether you play games of chance or not. Vegas is indeed a 24-hour city…

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