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Visiting the Horse Capital of the World

11, September 2014: Except from their hats and boots, what other object comes to your mind when one mentions, "Kentucky"? Horses, of course! After all, a cowboy would not have his swagger on if he does not have a horse of his own. The city of Lexington, KY might be as western as other counties and cities could be, but its horses are not just for cowboy swagger.

The city of Lexington in Kentucky is known as the Horse Capital of the World for one thing, and one thing alone – it is home to around 400 horse farms of various horse species and lineage. It is also considered to be the first city outside of Europe to host the World Equestrian Games, and is the home of the Kentucky Horse Park.

Although Kentucky is more known for its horses, it is also home to a number of other tourist attractions including the Raven Run Nature Sanctuary, the Arboretum within the University of Kentucky, the Lexington History Center, the Children’s Museum, the Cerlan Gallery Art Studio, and the Mary Todd Lincoln House.

With more than a handful of places to go to, you would need to make sure that you have booked yourself in any of the Lexington Kentucky hotels in the area. If you have not, then you might want to consider one of the most sought after hotels near University of Kentucky – the Country Inn and Suites.

As with any branch of the Country Inn and Suites, guests can enjoy a myriad of amenities including access to the fitness center, use of the copy and fax services, complimentary outdoor parking, and access to a heated indoor pool and whirlpool tub.

If you need to know more about Country Inn and Suites, or would like to find out what other places you can visit at Lexington, head to http://www.dodbusopps.com/97995/23.htm

You can even make use of the quick reservation form found on the site in order to book a room in advance.

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Country Inn and Suites Lexington, Kentucky
2297 Executive Drive, Lexington KY 40505, US.
Phone: (859) 299-8844

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