We spent the autumn of 2017 (5 months altogether) living in Bloomington, Indiana through Emilia’s Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching exchange programme.
In this video, we go on a day trip to Louisville, Kentucky and visit places like Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory and Evan Williams Bourbon Experience.
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