Category: Kentucky

In the Fall of the Year 2013

Posted on by nhadmin

Changing Leaves      Fall is a great time to jump in the car with the kids and head for our beautiful state. October is the most colorful month of the year in Kentucky. The state parks are either at peak color or soon will be. Although the Oak trees are still green, a variety of […]

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Is Louisville, Kentucky the next Portland?

Posted on by nhadmin

This is where I live, own and operate my bed and breakfast in Old  Louisville,KY. According to an article sent to me  by Robert Wessels owner and innkeeper at Central Park Bed and Breakfast in Old Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky was named the top U.S. destination for 2013, following travel publisher Lonely Planet’s discussions among its […]

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Nulu: Part of the cultural revolution in Louisville, Kentucky

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2nd Annual NuLu Holiday Open House Date: November 17, 2012 Time: 10am – 7pm Holiday Shopping Event Celebrating the Revitalization of Retail in the East Market District of Louisville, KY- The East Market District is pleased to announce the 2nd Annual NuLu Holiday Open House, featuring local retailers and restaurants that will be open extended hours […]

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A Ghostly Halloween in Old Louisville, Kentucky

You don’t have to stay home to celebrate Halloween. Locals or visitors within a couple of hours of Louisville, Kentucky can pack the kids in the car and drive over to Old Louisville, the third largest historic preservation area in the country. Once there, they will find plenty of treats at most every door as […]

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Come to the Kentucky State Fair: Aug.16-26

Posted on by lbbaadmin

By Nancy Hinchliff, freelance writer/innkeeper Hank Williams Jr. in concert Thurs, Aug. 16th, Main Stage OK, so you can’t afford that trip to Disneyland or to some other exotic location. You and your kids can still have fun camping in the woods or even in the backyard, or maybe visiting grandma. The goal is to […]

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Not By Bread Alone: A brief history

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Louisville is fortunate to have many wonderful restaurants and Bed and Breakfasts. Visitors can take advantage of the suberb dishes served in both places. Good ole Kentucky food abounds here and many of the local chefs and inn-keepers are experts in bringing to you, not only wonderful evening meals and gourmet breakfasts but desserts of […]

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