Hampton Inn Shelbyville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Shelbyville
... 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! ...
For our return trip we took the southern route home via I-70 and I-69 with an overnight in Indy at the Indy KOA.
Fortunately none of us was in the right frame of mind for doing any tourist type things in Indy. I say fortunately because the following weekend is the Brickyard ...
... Blake won by 3 shots. Once again a nice cheap $7 activity. The course was decorated really well it looked awesome!
We were extremely thirsty afterward so we went to Steak'n'Shake and treated ourselves to one of the incredible looking milkshakes we had seen advertised in the window. They came out looking just like the picture and did not disappoint! There were so many flavours to choose from and to be honest it was much more a ...
... sports such as Basketball, NFL, Gymnastics, Soccer, Lacrosse, Swimming, Shooting, Volleyball... the list goes on. The second floor was all interactive games where you could test your skills. There was a simulator screen which you could throw and kick in various sports challenges. We tried our hand at NFL, baseball, basketball and soccer. There was also a basketball court to shoot around on and an umpiring game that you could play. A bit of fun and ...
... Each time the longing inside me was tugged a bit more. I made a decision that when I finally finished graduate school, it would jump to the top of my travel list and I would work hard to make the trip happen.
Graduation came, and so did talks of the trip. Potential travel buddies surfaced and we scanned through potential sights and trip itineraries. I tend to travel on my own, without a plan or a schedule. I find it freeing. Yet, I ...