We arrived at the Moose Lodge to find it closed on Monday and Tuesdays but the parking was ample and convenient to downtown. There weren't any hook up or fresh water to fill the freshwater tank, but price more than made up for it.
Tuesday morning greeted us with huge thunder storms and big rain so I stayed in and caught up on a few things I'd been putting off. The sun came out we headed for the visitor center which is in the heart of down town. Louisville is pretty easy to get around, but the parking is pretty expensive, but not as bad as Nashville.
I was in Louisville about 15 years ago and nothing looked familiar, even the riverfront where I had spent some time enjoying summer evening concerts. There are a lot of new sky scrapers contracting with the old downtown area. The city seems to be growing and unlike Nashville, not nearly as touristy, but there is a lot to see and do.
I'm not sure what the penguins are doing up on t he roof. Some one told us a new restaurant had opened up and then the penguins appears.
The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts had this interesting exhibit. Costumes from various performances have been displayed as if they were floating. The picture below is of a very elegant gown
but then the back side has a dress of rags floating.
There was also a Norman Rockwell exhibit which was really interesting, but again, no photographs were allowed.