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We are planning a 6 day tour from Chicago. We want to take in some scenery, history and experience 'real america' in June 2012! We are considering booking seats for our first ever baseball game at Slugger Field but need advice on which are the best seats for a good view and some atmosphere. Louisville looks interesting with its distillery, museums, old town and riverside area. Where else do you suggest we should head for scenery, interest and the real USA experience on our way back to Chicago? We are also interested in visiting a discount shopping outlet - are there any on the way?
Thanks for your help

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