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Kentucky: A road trip through the state - Part 5
Kentucky – a road trip through the state:- part 5
While you are in town then a trip out to Old Louisville is something you must consider. If you like old homes and fabulous architecture, this is a tour you will not want to miss. This i...
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Fueling up in Orlando
When collecting your car at MCO (or any other inbound airport )it will have a full tank of fuel. This may be included in your rental package ( when hiring through US CarHire the gold inclusive option includes a full tank of fuel) or, if not included,...
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Kentucky: a road trip through the state - Part 4
There are a number of different types of trip you can take on the Ohio river while you are in Louisville, but whether it’s afternoon or evening you should really only been looking to go on the ‘The Belle’.
The Belle of Louisville is t...
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Kentucky: a road trip through the state - Part 3
There are two museums in the Louisville area that you really should visit even if you have no interest in either of the sports they represent. They are as different as it’s possible to get but each in its own way offers a unique insight into the hist...
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Kentucky: A road trip through the state - Part 2
As we stayed a few days in Louisville at both the start and end of our trip we had time to check out a few different types of restaurant. Listed below are some places that we tried and were recommended to us.
Proof on Main is a culina...
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Kentucky: A road trip through the state - Part 1
Every few years we like to pick a state or region of the U. S. and go on a road trip with only a little planning. What I mean by this is that we pick out some of the places we want to go but do not have a set itinerary apart from the first and last d...
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The Little White House Key West
When visiting Key West Harry Trumans Little White House ( not to be confused with Roosevelts Little White House in Georgia) is well worth a couple of hours of your time.
Situated on Front Street the museum is close to the centre of Ke...
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Airlines are really moving the goal posts these days with all their changes to luggage allowances.
First they decided to start charging for extra luggage (if they can take extra luggage if you pay more, then it is not a matter of safe...
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Getting married in Las Vegas part 4
This could be the hardest section to write as when you deal with Las Vegas and weddings defining ‘unusual’ can be quite hard.
Many of the chapels in Las Vegas do try to offer something different or uniq...
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Getting married in Las Vegas part 3
Resort Outdoor Weddings
Despite the fact that the Southern Nevada desert is a long way from any tropical islands this type of themed wedding is one of the most popular in Las Vegas. They usually take place at hotel resorts that have in...
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Getting married in Las Vegas part 2
Resort Indoor Weddings
One of the most elaborate weddings packages in Las Vegas takes place at Bellagio. The resort has two romantic and ornate chapels, these have stained glass windows behind the altar with ornate lamps and amethyst c...
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Getting married in Las Vegas part 1
A few years ago a friend was about to get remarried. After looking at the costs involved in a typical UK wedding he started to think about other options. Knowing that I had a home in Florida he asked me about finding out what was involved. Well to cu...
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A California Wine Valley Tour Part 1
When planning our itinerary for a recent trip to the Californian wine valleys we decided that as well as visiting the popular vineyards of well known wine producers such as Beringer, we would like to visit some of the smaller, more local vineyards in...
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Cape Cod Whale Watching
We are lucky to have been whale watching on several occasions from 3 different locations. We have seen Orcas whilst on a whale watch trip from Vancouver Island and have seen multiple species of whale on trips from various locations off the north east...
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St Augustine - Fountain of Youth and the Cathedral
We seem to have got “the bug” for St Augustine the same as we did for Orlando over 20 years ago. No matter how many times we visit we always find new places to explore in depth as well as new restaurants to eat at.
On a recent visit w...
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Key West and Turtle Point Part 2
Just across from the Face Painting and Tattoo stall you come to the Brush Art stall. This is a great place to buy mementos of your holiday or presents for others for Christmas, Birthdays or other special occasions.
One of the main att...
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Key West and Turtle Point Part 1
I love the leisurely pace of Seaworld and soon after entering the Park we always stand for some time and watch the beautiful flamingos in their little shallow pool. As with many of the attractions at Seaworld there is usually a guide standing alongsi...
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Aviles Street St Augustine
The first time we visited St Augustine we thought if we left Orlando early one morning and had an overnight stay we would have more than enough time to enjoy it. How wrong we were there is so much history there and so much to explore and enjoy when w...
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Seeing a Kennedy Space Center Launch.
Seeing a shuttle launch live, personally, with family is one of the most memorable, unforgettable experiences a Florida vacation can offer. !
The general public were guided, approximately, six miles away from the launch pad due to the...
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Lake George New York
Lake George is situated in in the north east portion of New York State close to the border with Vermont to the east and the Adirondack mountains to the west. The resort of Lake George is a great base for anyone who wants to explore this area or an id...
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