Fairfield Inn & Suites Indianapolis East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We hit the road and just kept going. I tried taking a few pictures on the way...I am liking the scenery now with lots of trees and some are turning red! Weird and whacky is not so weird and whacky any more. Saw a sign for the"World's Largest Wind Chime" next to a gas station and I had absolutely no interest in taking a look at it or ...
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 ...
... say even tastier than at Joe's the previous day. Pressed on by the girls' wanting to get to Toronto quickly, we made the call not to spend the night in St. Louis, but rather get back in the car and do another 4 hours drive to Indianapolis. We crossed another time zone and lost another hour so it was actually midnight by the time we got to Indianapolis. But we found a nice, extremely spacious, hotel room and crashed for the ...
... 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 ...
... a very well crafted monster of a burger and they even temped it properly, mine with a deep pink for Mid-Rare and wife gray throughout for her usual well done hockey puck. (its a Kenyan thing, fear of red meat...)
Swinging back by the hotel we left Caroline's leftover half a burger and then walked around the corner to the Banker's Life Field House to see the Indianapolis Fever, the local WNBA team. We were both surprised by how small the arena was and how ...