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

Rocks and Roll

A travel blog entry by mbramer on Nov 11, 2014

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... here for I said, "I am going to finish my challenge with the notorious Green Knight." The workers faces turned a bright white.
They all said that I should not go. I told them that I couldn't just walk away, I had to do this because I had agreed. I waited a few days and I decided it was time to leave. They all warned me as I was leaving and when i finally left they locked the door behind me so I couldn't ...

The green knight

A travel blog entry by purpleowl on Nov 07, 2014

I was celebrating new years with my uncle king aruther and then this knight came.he was green and color and came to talk about being friends, but only after playing this game. I asked were he was from and what court.he said after if he could still talk I would know but if he couldn't talk there was no need to ...

Waffles and Ice cream!

A travel blog entry by christenson on Sep 22, 2014

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We were privileged today to be able to introduce Macy and Anna to a legendary restaurant and one of Eric’s favorites. The Waffle House! Anna had cheese grits and hash browns, and Macy had a chocolate chip waffle. Macy has declared it her new favorite breakfast spot. She has her sights set high!

We found a fascinating ice cream parlor in downtown ...

Acadia National Park

A travel blog entry by sandycropper on Sep 18, 2014

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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. ...

Stadium Tour

A travel blog entry by life-in-flight on Sep 17, 2014

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... why not take a stadium tour?!! To figure out when they have these tours you just go to the teams website. I usually find it located in the events area. They should give you times, dates and pricing. It's a great way to see the stadium, locker room, field level, boxes, etc. This particular tour was only $10. ...