Marriott Indianapolis East
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We hit the road and just kept going. I tried taking a few pictures on the way...I am liking the scenery now with lots of trees and some are turning red! Weird and whacky is not so weird and whacky any more. Saw a sign for the"World's Largest Wind Chime" next to a gas station and I had absolutely no interest in taking a look at it or ...
To say I'm terrified would be a gross understatement. However, I'm looking forward to being fully immersed in a new culture; new food, new language, new people, new adventures. Here's hoping this trip is all I could've dreamed of and so much more.
¡Hasta luego, Indiana y hasta muy pronto, ...
We hit the road and had our sights set on the opposite end of Missouri....St. Louis. It took us longer than we thought and, even though we only made one quick stop to grab a lunch to go, we still didn't arrive into town until 4pm. But it was just in time to catch the 4 o'clock tour of the Budweiser factory! I didn't know this before I googled 'points of interest in St. Louis', but it is the original home of the ...
... our time. We drove in rain for most of our trip, a predictably quiet Sunday morning. Because of a time change, we arrived in Indy just before 3:00...a quick stop to say hello to Julie and then to the hotel to get settled. Dinner was Cajun take-out from ...
... anguish however.
Like a lot of cities in the US, Indianapolis has some amazing buildings, both old and new. The Chase Manhhattan Bank building, the tallest in the city, is pretty impressive but not as impressive as the old Indiana Statehouse.
While I was sitting having a coffee at the local Starbucks on Monument Circle, I noticed a lady across the road holding a sign saying 'Free Hugs'. A lady at the table next to me rushed over and gave her a hug as did ...