Knights Inn Shelbyville

Address: 1810 N. Riley Highway, Shelbyville, Indiana, 46176, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel is located on 1810 N. Riley Highway, Shelbyville.
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Travel Blogs from Shelbyville

Is this real life?

A travel blog entry by elaineee13 on Sep 01, 2015

1 comment

I've been counting down to this day for months but now that it's here, it doesn't seem real. I'm almost to the airport and it still hasn't set in that I'm going half way around the world to a country that doesn't share the same first language with me, to live in a city I've never been to, with a family I've ...

Indy 4

A travel blog entry by lingchick on Aug 25, 2015

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... they don't only have Bud on tap but they actually had a large selection of international brews since Anheuser-Busch had merged with European and Brazilian breweries. Continuing on (a little bit happier), we made our second "must-do" stop in St. Louis...the Arch. We opted not to spend the $10 to go up the elevator into the Arch and were content to just take pictures from ground level. We toured around the old ...

Back to the beginning

A travel blog entry by mbwatrous on Aug 09, 2015

We are only a couple of hours from Indy, so took a leisurely morning, sleeping in a bit and taking a swim. We went to Bob Evan's - we got a table right away but the place was mobbed and the kitchen badly backed up. Still, we weren't in a rush and ...

Covered Bridge Rushville

A travel blog entry by traveltheroad on Aug 04, 2015

1 comment, 9 photos

Found some more covered bridges. We were looking for one bridge and found two others instead. These two bridges were built by Kennedy & Sons the pretty one surrounded by trees was built in 1916. The second bridge was built in 1877 and was out in the open. Both bridges we could drive ...

Rocks and Roll

A travel blog entry by mbramer on Nov 11, 2014

1 photo

... br> I went on my way and I felt like I was being watched and I kept having to look behind me to check. I had walked many miles before but these seemed more difficult, it was like there was less air in this altitude. I fell down a few times because I was exhausted from walking. I finally reached this chapel looking building and I went to walk up towards it and I stepped on a rock and it slipped and then I slipped ...