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my trip to kentucky

My trip to Kentucky

By Forrest Devin Barnett

how i m getting there
How I'm getting there
  • Sun, Apr 22: Depart 07:41PMArrive 09:55PMMemphis International Airport, TN (MEM) Louisville International, KY (SDF) Nonstop Delta Air Lines - Flight  4202  Flight  4202  operated by  PINNACLE DBA DELTA CONNECTION Fri, Apr 27: Depart  07:32AMArrive 07:53AMLouisville International, KY (SDF) Memphis International Airport, TN (MEM) Nonstop Delta Air Lines - Flight  4201  Flight  4201  operated by  PINNACLE DBA DELTA CONNECTION
  • 1283$
how i am getting around
How I am getting around
  • Hertz Full Size Car Ford Taurus or similar
  • Pick-up: Mon, Apr 23, 2012 Standiford Field (SDF) In terminal Drop-off: Fri, Apr 27, 2012 Same as pick-up
  • Amount due at booking: $45.00 Amount due at pick-up: $285.20
  • 20 miles per gallon drive. 100 miles per day. 20$ dollars per day. 4 days. 80$ in gas.
where i am staying
Where I am staying
  • The Brown Hotel- Louisville Kentucky
  • Two floors of the hotel have been designated as The Club. These floors are private, and feature key-only access. The Club offers a private lounge with complimentary continental breakfast and afternoon snacks. In the evening, enjoy hors d’oeuvres and complimentary beer, wine and soft drinks. In addition to special amenities like plush terry cloth robes, a dedicated concierge is available mornings and evenings to answer questions, make dinner reservations, and assist you with any details to make your stay more enjoyable.
what to eat
What to eat
  • KFC every day- Average meal 8 dollars times 2 meals a day times 4 days= around 70$ for food.
what to do
What to do
  • Visit the Colonel Harlan Sanders Museum and the various Civil War sites : First Day
  • Hiking through the Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest- 5 dollars: Second Day
  • Visit the Cola Museum in Elizabethtown-5 dollars and the Gheens Science Hall and Rauch Planetarium 20 dollars : Third day
  • Morning at the Pyro Gallery rest of the day at Lake Jericho: 4th day
  • Go home : 5th day
colonel harlan sanders museum
Colonel Harlan Sanders Museum
  • Come and see where it all began… The birthplace of Kentucky Fried Chicken.
  • Pioneered by Colonel Harland Sanders, KFC has grown to become one of the largest quick service food service systems in the world.
  • Today, KFC serves more than a billion "finger-lickin' good" Kentucky Fried Chicken dinners served annually in more than 80 countries and territories.
  • Experience the 1940s "Dine-In" atmosphere at the Harland Sanders Café, the restaurant, where Kentucky Fried Chicken® got its start. Restored to its original glory in the late 1980s, the Sanders Café features the original kitchen where the Colonel perfected his Original Recipe® chicken.
bernhiem arboretum and research forest
Bernhiem Arboretum and Research Forest

A German-born bourbon baron, Isaac Bernheim gave this 14,000 acre sanctuary to the people of Kentucky as a thank you gift for welcoming him to this country. Much of the forest is reserved for research, but the remainder is open to the public and full of seemingly endless trails, picnic areas, and natural beauty. A small but excellent nature center includes a café, gift shop, and education center; programs range from the annual BugFest to discovery stations featuring the flora and fauna of the forest.

schmidt coca cola museum elizabethtown
Schmidt Coca-Cola Museum Elizabethtown

The Schmidt Museum of Coca-Cola Memorabilia has attracted almost 1 million visitors from around the world, despite closing in 1999 for two years and later reopening at a new location. The new 32,000 square-foot museum in Elizabethtown – with a huge fist bursting out of the wall that holds a gigantic Coke bottle -- houses more than 1,000 rare Coke artifacts and a total of more than 80,000 items.

gheens science hall and rauch planetarium
Gheens Science Hall and Rauch Planetarium
  • At Gheens Science and Rauch Planetarium the night sky comes alive with a variety of video, light, and laser shows to dazzle the eye and fire the imagination. Ever wanted to see distant galaxies close up, travel through the rings of Saturn, or just gaze at the wonder of the night sky unfettered by ambient city light? Then Gheens Science Hall and Rauch Planetarium is the place to go.
the pyro gallery
The Pyro Gallery

Louisville is blessed with a number of fine art galleries, and it could be said that the hottest of these right now just might be the Pyro Gallery. The Pyro Gallery, named for its original location in a renovated firehouse, is a cooperative of 20 local artists who work in a variety of media and formats.

lake jericho
Lake Jericho
  • Lake Jericho Recreational Camping Area in Henry County offers a 137-acre lake with quiet, calm waters, camping, shelters with restrooms, outdoor picnic areas with grills and more, about 35 miles from Louisville and 75 miles from Cincinnati. Thanks to Lake Jericho's no-wake speed limit, you can actually settle down for peaceful, productive fishing, safe from the parades of noisy, water-churning, high-speed boats that plague many lakes
total cost
Total cost
  • Flight-1283$
  • Car-$285.20
  • Hotel-1189$
  • Gas-80$
  • Food-70$
  • Tickets-30$
  • Total-2937.20
  • The rest is for emergencies
w orks cited
Works cited