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Old 07-07-2013, 02:22 PM
 
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If you have ever made the trip from B-town to Louisville or vice versa which way do you take?

I will be traveling from B-town to KY tmrw early morning so consider that also (4am).

Do you go over 46 to Columbus so you get more interstate or down 37 to Paoli then across?

I'm actually going to Lexington so whichever way will get me through L-ville quickest too even though I doubt traffic will be much at 6am.

Thanks!
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Old 07-07-2013, 07:13 PM
 
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If you have ever made the trip from B-town to Louisville or vice versa which way do you take?

I will be traveling from B-town to KY tmrw early morning so consider that also (4am).

Do you go over 46 to Columbus so you get more interstate or down 37 to Paoli then across?

I'm actually going to Lexington so whichever way will get me through L-ville quickest too even though I doubt traffic will be much at 6am.

Thanks!
Louisville traffic does not begin in earnest (like heavy) until 8 AM. Go 46 over to Columbus and take 65 south down. The other way is just too cumbersome.

IMO Louisville is too cool not to stop and check out the city, especially if you are on your way to Lexington, but this is at your discretion.
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Old 07-08-2013, 08:44 AM
 
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I doubt there is much going on in Louisville at 6am on a Monday when the OP is coming through :/

There might be a nice sunrise along the riverfront though!
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Old 07-08-2013, 08:37 PM
 
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I doubt there is much going on in Louisville at 6am on a Monday when the OP is coming through :/

There might be a nice sunrise along the riverfront though!
Agreed but do think a couple days checking out the city may be warranted. At the very least stopping for some breakfast at Ghyslain in Nulu, driving up to the Highland's Why Louisville store for a T-shirt, and maybe a stop at the Big Four Bridge, St. James Court, or one of the downtown museums for a day.
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