|Heigold House Fascade.|
While there is no doubt lots to explore in Louisville, Russ had a couple of errands he needed to run (dropping off oil samples at a post office and picking up transmission oil at an auto store) and both of those were easily done by foot... in Jeffersonville.
|3 bridges, from the 4th|
Just on the other side is Jeffersonville. Every been to Disneyland? When you enter the park you first walk along Main Street which was a recreation of Walt's child town of Marceline, MO. Every building was as he remembered it: drug store, fruit stand, ice cream parlor, Hall of Presidents, the works. Well, it could be Jeffersonville. The little downtown is full of useful stores, restaurants, pubs, bakery, ice cream, and what made it wonderful was that today, a Tuesday, the place was bustling. I explored the downtown while Russ ran his errands, then we ate lunch at Parlour, a pizza place. Best pizza we've had in a really long time.
|Former railroad bridge.|
Other weirdnesses are the washer and dryers, of which they have 2 pair,s that do not work. The ship store is almost never open. We had mail sent to us and we had to go through all the marina's mail (in the mail box next to the road) to find it. Just a little off.
But the place is easy to access, off the river, and conveniently located. We'd stay again.
|Where are all the boats?!|