Looking Glass Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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To say I'm terrified would be a gross understatement. However, I'm looking forward to being fully immersed in a new culture; new food, new language, new people, new adventures. Here's hoping this trip is all I could've dreamed of and so much more.
¡Hasta luego, Indiana y hasta muy pronto, ...
... So, naturally, we had to investigate further. It turns out they give quite the elaborate tour of the facilities, including seeing the famous Clydesdales and their fancy-schmancy stable which even has a huge brass chandelier! Even if you're not a beer fan, it's a pretty impressive facility to tour and, hey, it's free. You even get a free pint to drink at the end of it and, the best part was (since I'm not really a ...
We are a typical American family living just outside of Indianapolis, but we are about to start an exciting adventure in Ireland. We're moving the family to Kinsale, Ireland for a short term work assignment and plan to see as much of Ireland as is possible on weekends. We will ...
We are only a couple of hours from Indy, so took a leisurely morning, sleeping in a bit and taking a swim. We went to Bob Evan's - we got a table right away but the place was mobbed and the kitchen badly backed up. Still, we weren't in a rush and ...
... read, and books were listened to. Good family time was had by all. Some blood was spilt, but no fights other than my futile fight to find good coffee on the road. Media highlights: an inspiring Ted Talk by Sugata Mitra, a bunch of Science Friday podcasts, Peter and the Shadow Thieves audiobook (read by Jim Dale, enough said), and both boys read a Hero Factory chapter book on their own, passing it between ...