Extended Stay America - Indianapolis - Airport
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I've been counting down to this day for months but now that it's here, it doesn't seem real. I'm almost to the airport and it still hasn't set in that I'm going half way around the world to a country that doesn't share the same first language with me, to live in a city I've never been to, with a family I've ...
We hit the road and had our sights set on the opposite end of Missouri....St. Louis. It took us longer than we thought and, even though we only made one quick stop to grab a lunch to go, we still didn't arrive into town until 4pm. But it was just in time to catch the 4 o'clock tour of the Budweiser factory! I didn't know this before I googled 'points of interest in St. Louis', but it is the original home of the ...
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 ...
... 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 ...
... was excellent. I had actually seen a tv special about the Timb's roadster a few years ago and was thrilled to see it in person. Continuing the tour of the museum we saw the hall of contemporary design, which showed the changing of design fashion from the 1950's to present. It was interesting to follow certain objects like chairs and teapots through the decades of cutting edge design. Next was fashion, wool mono-kinis from the 1950s, burlap looking linen clothing ...