The Kentucky Bourbon Trail with Mint Julep Tours

When I went to Louisville for a long weekend, I knew I had to visit the Kentucky Bourbon Trail. Kentucky is the birthplace of bourbon and crafts 95% of the world’s supply. There are actually more barrels of bourbon than people in Kentucky! I also made sure to pick up a free Kentucky Bourbon Trail…

Dinner at The Olde Pink House

For my final night in Savannah, I made a dinner reservation at The Olde Pink House. The beautiful Colonial mansion was named for its shade of pink stucco that covers its old brick. It was built in 1771 for James Habersham Jr., a wealthy cotton planter and one of Savannah’s founding-family members. I was seated…