La Quinta Inn Indianapolis East-Post Drive
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to seek out my grand mother's birth place and sadly my great grand mother's grave. The family returned to Cornwall after my Granny was born - I'm hoping to find something helpful and to take some pictures, plus to sample a Cornish pasty!!!! Staying at a hotel in Anderson, Indiana en route then at Jonathan's Grandma tomorrow night ...
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, ...
... they don't only have Bud on tap but they actually had a large selection of international brews since Anheuser-Busch had merged with European and Brazilian breweries. Continuing on (a little bit happier), we made our second "must-do" stop in St. Louis...the Arch. We opted not to spend the $10 to go up the elevator into the Arch and were content to just take pictures from ground level. We toured around the old ...
... our time. We drove in rain for most of our trip, a predictably quiet Sunday morning. Because of a time change, we arrived in Indy just before 3:00...a quick stop to say hello to Julie and then to the hotel to get settled. Dinner was Cajun take-out from ...
... It was noon and I saw they had pork tenderloin sandwiches so decided to order lunch. It was very good and so nice to eat a PT. I was really looking forward to that.
After lunch we rode into Indianapolis and saw the downtown...so many sites. The center of town and saw the Soldier And Sailor Monument. We drove down the cobblestone road in front of James Whitcomb Riley home. It was gorgeous, but ...