Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Martinsville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Colts Stadium. Our hotel for the night is right behind the stadium where the Colts play. It's super cool to be here in this part of town.
We found Mr Bendo right down the road from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway which is our first stop ...
So we didn't drive on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway but we did make it there today! We were going to go there yesterday but ended up getting to Indianapolis so late (plus we forgot the time zone changed again!) that we didn't make the trip on Monday. Instead we went swimming at our hotel and had a low key night.
This morning though we made it there and checked out the museum and the track - are we race ...
... pictures and I'm Off, don't know about where I'm Staying but Indianapolis is crazy, wish I'd Know The Brickyard 400 was on this weekend, Car nuts everywhere.
And crazies too, first time I've worried about the bike walking while I sleep, Oh well, If it goes, I will walk, lol. I will enjoy the 400 while it gets Sorted......
Tomorrow is Milwaukee at a lazy pace.
Side Note, Today i passed the 2000 mile mark, 3218.69 km.
... route took us over the mountains on route 68. Love this road. It cuts through the Cumberland Gap across Maryland following the old National Road. One of the first national highways as well as one of the routes that opened western migration. After a long day of driving -541 miles we arrived at the Indianapolis KOA. Tomorrow we do it again. 4 days to get to the ...
We slept in late today in anticipation of having a late evening. After the concert, there was going to be a fireworks show. We went into town to walk around the Soldiers and Sailors monument. I wish we would have had more time to walk around the downtown area, but we needed to get in line for the concert. It was general admission in three zones; Gold was the best at $300 a ticket – Kim said no!, Silver for $100 – Kim said yes!, and Bronze for $70 – ...