Comfort Inn Shelbyville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... used to teens and their non-stop appetite, and Max announces on the way to the car that he is hungry so we make a stop on the way home to Chili's to have dinner. Max is extremely pleased to find wif! When dinner arrives he takes a bite of his hamburger and declares that it is so good that he may never leave America! ...
... the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The campground was already filling up with people from all over the US on Wednesday. Thus we just hung out at the campground for the rest of the day.
As far as KOAs go the Indy KOA is a pretty good one. A little road noise from nearby I-70 ...
... It was nice to have a little browse.
Unfortunately we had just had brekky so we couldn't justify buying the fresh baked goods... the smell made it very tempting!
We went to the movies to see X-men. $8.50... so cheap! The seats in the theatre were so so comfortable! The movie wasn't too bad either. Being a Wed arvo we pretty much had the theatre to ourselves.
Afterwards we played a round of 'Glow in the Dark Mini Golf'. ...
... State Museum, Central Canal, Veterans Memorial, Soldiers Monument and Wrigley (Victory) Field. The trail was a very good way to see the city. It was marked out nice and obviously so that you couldn't get lost and it has a separate path making it easy to get around and not have to worry about pedestrians.
After the bike ride we made our way to the NCAA Hall Of Champions. The museum was dedicated to telling the history of all 23 NCAA sports. These ...
... magnificence of this magical place. The longing was then magnified as I heard stories of Peru. A friend of our family grew up in Peru and from time to time I would hear snippets of life there. Tales of time gone by intrigued me. I added it to my 'Bucket List’ and tried to talk it up with my friends. I always had a feeling this would be a solo journey, but you never know. For many years I would see glimpses of Machu Picchu through various travel ads ...