Hampton Inn Shelbyville
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
Photos of Hampton Inn Shelbyville
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn Shelbyville
Travel Blogs from Shelbyville
... things much more than when I was younger.
The Vatican is a mesmerizing place to me. The immense history and symbolism are fascinating and we are also doing a guided tour here. We will visit the vatican museums, the Sistine Chapel and St. Peter's basillica. Since St. Peter is my Catholic confirmation saint, I could not be more excited to visit this place. It is the largest church in the entire world! The ...
... jumped in the car and headed down to Greenwood Indiana. Janine has learnt very quickly to enjoy the benefit of seat warmers...... The drive south was cold with some nasty looking snow clouds threatening us. We arrived at Amy and Tim's house who were rotarians we had hosted for a few nights last year while they were travelling Queensland. We then headed out to the local brewhouse for some dinner and a few ...
... by so I am glad I feel very prepared and ready to go already. The recent terrorism in France has made me feel a little uneasy and if I think too long about how uncomfortable the flight is going to be I start to worry. But, my mom did get me a great travel neck pillow to take with me on the flight (I've never had one before!), and just trying it on I felt like I could fall asleep standing up! The one she got me comes with a storage bag that ...
... purchases I have made in my adult life, especially one that is non-refundable! But I have always been a big believer in paying more for memories that I will always have. After we were booked and my blood pressure returned to normal, I checked out several travel guide books from the local library on each of the cities we are going to. Which, by the way, are: <b>London, Paris, Rome, Florence and Venice.</b> I had already done a lot ...
... Dame Judith Dench, and also the subject matter which was related to genealogy in that she is seeking one of her children who had been adopted 50 years ago. The movie was "The Lost Child of Philomena Lee". Probably around 5:30 PM the ship's captain made an announcement indicating why we were still in port, although our scheduled departure time was at 4:30 PM. He indicated there was a technical problem that they were trying to resolve as quickly as possible. From there I ...