Betty's Trip to Lynn's Paradise Cafe in Louisville, Kentucky with Husband, Rick

Betty's Trip to Lynn's Paradise Cafe in Louisville, Kentucky with Husband, Rick
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Betty and her husband, Rick, have breakfast at Lynn’s Paradise Café in Louisville, Kentucky. Lynn Winter opened Lynn’s Paradise Café in 1991, creating a unique setting that attracts a diverse group of people from around the world. She made them feel welcome, introduced new twists on food and drink, and brought new life to the dining experience in areas that had not been fully explored. Now, the restaurant remains a tribute to her originality, providing food, fun, and community in a visually-stimulating, ever changing environment.

Lynn’s Paradise Café has garnered its share of national and regional press in newspapers, magazines, and television. Features include being named “One of the Four Most Fun Restaurants in America” by Esquire Magazine, notable articles in Southern Living, USA Today, The New York Times, and was included in Bon Appetit’s list of “The 100 Best Neighborhood Restaurants.” Lynn’s Paradise Café has also appeared on the “Best of” and “Throwdown with Bobby Flay” on the Food Network, CBS’s “Travels with Harry,” and “The Oprah Show.” Lynn has been a guest on the Today Show with Kathy Lee and Hoda, celebrating the Derby week. Lynn has also had the honor of cooking for two inaugural balls.

Rick and I enjoyed our breakfast at Lynn’s Paradise Café immensely! I will be making at least one of the items we were served at our breakfast. I hope you enjoy this little field trip to Lynn’s Paradise Café in Louisville, Kentucky! –Betty 🙂

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Top Attractions in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Top Attractions in Santa Fe, New Mexico
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o santa fé pode não ser sua primeira opção de viagem dos estados unidos mas você vier um novo méxico você pode surpreender para se ter uma idéia a cidade em terceiro lugar em termos de importância do mercado de arte americano perdendo apenas para los angeles e nova york as grandes atrações no centro de santa fé são a praça principal o palácio do governador o museu de arte mexicana ea catedral basílica de são francisco de assis quem mandou é um passeio imperdível aqui no centro da fé é a rua das galerias de arte lembrando que santa fé tem uma cena artística super importante dentro dos estados unidos a força do trânsito encantado é uma ótima opção de hospedagem santa fé ficou um pouquinho afastado do centro de 21 cm um terreno tentar acionar uma paisagem incrível título do novo méxico que antes era ocupado os quartos do resort sun city espaçosos chamados de caneta ele tem também super spark ainda por cima obra de arte espalhadas pela propriedade a estrada do parque nacional é simplesmente vivia num visual assim inesquecível sempre parque é incrível cheio de surpresas acir meio do caminho tem uma estradinha uma escada e aí cada hora um futebol com um visual esperemos aqui no monumento nacional de vanderlei e são várias trilhas é só você escolher o tempo que você quer passar no parque os caminhos são muito bem sinalizadas então não tem muito erro claro que o ideal é em grupo



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Santa Fe may not be your first choice of travel in USA, but if come to New Mexico, you may be surprised. There are many things to do and you won’t regret this amazing destination.

Santa Fe pode não ser sua primeira opção de viagem nos EUA, mas se você for para o Novo Mexico, irá se surpreender. Você não vai se arrepender de ter escolhido este destino!

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3 Strangest Abandoned Places in Colorado – Top Creepiest Abandoned Places

3 Strangest Abandoned Places in Colorado - Top Creepiest Abandoned Places
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three strangest abandoned places in Colorado top creepiest abandoned places one Animas Forks if you are looking to get a little bit of nature in your life then this little abandoned ghost town along the Alpine loop is the perfect place the loop offers 65 miles of hiking but this is one of the most recognizable spots along the hike and its timber Laden houses aren't hard to spot from the trail with well over 100,000 people hiking the loop every year this isn't exactly one of the more hidden gems of Colorado's abandoned spots but it's interesting nonetheless quite a few of the buildings lay in ruin but there are still plenty of smaller houses that you can walk into and take a look around how these houses kept the chilly winds from ripping through into winter is beyond us those must have been some hard times to abandon chimney rock jail it's hard to decide what's more impressive about this spot but this little building resting in the shadows of chimney rocking one of the more arid spots of the state is easily one of the more unique abandoned spots on this list some argue upon whether it was a jail or not but the bars over the windows certainly provide at least a little insight into what the building once held after taking a look around the building you should definitely take the time to walk up next to chimney rock which is quite the impressive natural formation it's rare that you get a solid natural phenomena tire with an abandoned place but this is one of those instances and you should take advantage of it three st. Elmo sure it's become quite the hot spot for tourists but that doesn't take away from the fact that it's still quite the impressive ghost town the population once peaked out at a little over two thousand but the time line for the city was short violet did stay around longer than most of its neighboring towns the railroad discontinued service to the town in 1922 and the citizens slowly departed during its time in operation the town pulled in over 60 million dollars making it one of the most profitable mining towns in all of Colorado today it's one of the most well-preserved ghost towns in all of America which is probably why it has so many tourists meandering throughout its streets all year long



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