Hampton Inn Shelbyville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Main fact for the day: 3 doughnut day. Mmmm. Was a short day cycling so took it nice and easy. Stopped at the Roark factory which make aerospace stuff and titanium bikes.
Cycled through a pretty park and also stopped at the Speedway circuit and velodrome.
Heating up again now as clouds are clearing but still nice riding temps in the 30s.
Tomorrow is a rest day ahhh. Who knows may even update the missing blog bits...
... 160; The Corvette Museum ended up being a REALLY cool experience. With Chevy in our blood and Adam's love of classic Vettes, it was hard to not spend hours there. We got to see the repairs going on where the sinkhole sucked in a dozen Vettes in 2014 and got to see several prototype Vettes we never knew existed. It was a great place with a lot of history. Several fun photos and souvenirs later we were in the car and on the way to ...
... amazing!!!! June 16 After a GREAT breakfast at the Omni Severin Indianapolis - a hotel we loved - we packed the car and headed to the Indianapolis Children's Museum. What a COOL place for kids. Aside from massive Transformers statues (including some that are people in costumer changing from car to robot - there were dozens of things to do. The kids absolutely loved ...
... part of the Biergarten. Today it was on the wall, at the entrance. We hadn’t planned to be there so long, but we were enjoying the ambience. We finally got on the road to Indianapolis around 2:45. Pretty uneventful drive until, we noticed it was quite warm in the car and discovered that the A/C wasn’t working. . What a day for that to happen - it’s over ...
... We could see the pass completed going into the first turn.
Since we were under the awning, we could not see any of the video screens. This meant that we could not see the action on the back stretch. It limited our viewing, but there was a lot of action in the pits and front stretch. The accident in the pit where a car hit a few crew members happened right in front of us.
The people in front of us ...