Hampton Inn & Suites Indianapolis-Airport
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... Ocean, quite panoramic! Then we drove to another area of the park to hike Beech Mountain. It was a more remote area. Dave took one path along cliff walks which was too steep for me. Then we met up as the paths came back together. Our destination was a Fire Tower at the top where two rangers were doing repair work. The panoramic view here was to the north and inland with a view of Long Lake. ...
Many people don't realize that you can take a stadium tour. My boyfriend and I are huge NFL fans. A goal of ours is to eventually see a game in every stadium across the U.S. Since that might take sometime and money we like to get a taste. Most people think about visiting parks, museums, shopping areas, ...
Left Indianapolis early to begin our trip, We traveled through Ohio and picked up I-90 through Pennsylvania then into New York State. We stayed overnight in Auburn, New York which is in the Finger Lakes region. One of Dave's high school classmates, Ron Applegate, joined us there for dinner. They had lots of catching up to do after 40 ...
... entranced by all of the action. It is a great spectacle and this stadium was amazing, having been refurbished for the Super Bowl that it hosted 8 years ago.
Half time coincided with hot dog time and another beer. I could get used to this game. The second half felt like the pre-season game that it was and with the Saints leading comfortably we left during the last quarter and headed off to bed.
... wall went in without a hitch and I was able to get the side screens built with no issues. As the show progressed, it was a normal, outstanding show as per usual, but it ended quite differently than any of the others had before. Normally, KISS would finish out with a series of pyrotechnic blasts than the stage going dark. This time, due to the recent ALS awareness "Ice Bucket Challenge" they remained on stage and had Def Leppard join them. Paul Stanley went through his speech ...