Category: travel

Summer Camps Flourish in Louisville

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Planning things to do for and with the kids this summer? Why not try something new, you know how easily bored they are, especially the teen-agers. Load the family in the car and take off for a 4-day theater experience they won’t soon forget.  The Conrad Caldwell House in Old Louisville is hosting a 4-day […]

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In the Fall of the Year 2013

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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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A hot Musical Summer: Louisville, 2013

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This summer is going to be fantastic musically for Louisville. We are hosting a variety of awesome entertainers from One Direction to Bruno Mars to Mary J. Blige. There will be something for everyone, no matter the genre. Concerts will be held in several different locations, all within a short distance from our wonderful bed […]

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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

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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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36th Annual Humana Festival of New American Plays: Feb. 26 – April 15, 2012

by Nancy Hinchliff, writer/Innkeeper “Actor’s Theater of Louisville is announcing their 36th Annual Humana Festival of New American Plays at a Kickoff Party on Thursday, March 1 at 6 p.m. in the Sara Shallenberger Brown Lobby. The free event, featuring delicious fare from local restaurants, Humana Festival memorabilia, giveaways and more, will bring in the […]

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Cooking at the Cottage

by Nancy Hinchliff, Innkeeper/free-lance writer If you’re looking for fun things to do while you’re in Louisville, here’s a unique idea. Cooking at the cottage opened in November of 2010. It’s a cookware retail shop that carries of variety of items that any cook would love to have in their kitchen. But what is so […]

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Pancakes in the Time of Pumpkins

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by Nancy Hinchliff: Innkeeper/freelance writer Fall is a great time to visit Louisville and stay in one of our wonderful bed and breakfasts. The weather is near perfect, sun shiny days but not too hot. The outdoor festivals are in full swing, and trips to the countryside to view the turning leaves, taste the fall […]

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Festivals in Kentucky during the months of September and October

The following post is part of a series of things to do in and around Louisville during the months of September and October. All of my suggestions center on fun day trips to sites within an hour or so from Louisville so that booking accommodations in one of our Louisville Bed and Breakfasts is the […]

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One way to take a family vacation in a sagging economy

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by Nancy Hinchliff, Innkeeper and free-lance writer This year, all of us are going to have to come up with some creative ideas for summer travel. The economy is still in a slump, but the kids are out of school, they’ve worked hard all year and, hopefully have gotten passing grades! They really deserve a […]

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