Holiday Inn Express Indianapolis South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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We are a typical American family living just outside of Indianapolis, but we are about to start an exciting adventure in Ireland. We're moving the family to Kinsale, Ireland for a short term work assignment and plan to see as much of Ireland as is possible on weekends. We will ...
... hosts making us feel right at home! They let us take showers without turning the water off during the rinse and repeat process, accepted some of our forwarded mail, had a comfy guest bedroom all set up for us in their new home, let us do some laundry, and take advantage of their secure internet for our monthly banking necessities. It's amazing how little things like these seem like luxuries after only 12 days on the road. Once ...
Had a long day on
the back roads looking for Covered Bridges. Decided to give up for the night and head to our stopping destination of Indianapolis. We checked out where the Speedway was so we could find a hotel close. I never expected to be so close ...
... Car enthusiasts? Not at all. Want to know why this place made our list? Because of the movie Turbo. Yup, the whole reason we visited was because the girls had to see where Turbo (the animated snail) "raced" in the movie. We learned a lot while there about the track and its history as well as saw some cool cars.
We were on the road again and left Indiana drove through Ohio (the whole thing today), ...
... that a little boy A, won't be scared by every biker he sees now and b, will probably grow up to be a firefighter, I wish, lol.
Quaker city is a little All Vol station, highly worth the visit. Under funded (the larger engine was purchased as a write off and repaired in house) and full of loyal hard working people.
On some Great advice I left the Station on 265, which took me to the 40, for some of the nicest roads ...