Diary: Let's go to ... Lexington

It's a new one on me - tell all. Ahem. Nestled on the idyllic rolling plateau of Kentucky, the town of Lexington is renowned as both the horse capital of the world and the Athens of the East. Stables and dubious self-comparisons - sounds like my kinda place. There's nothing dubious about it. So rich with culture was the town's 19th century lifestyle, that a couple of togas and some ouzo were all that were lacking.

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