La Quinta Inn & Conference Center Auburn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Hot tub
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... stories tall and has quite a lot of stores.
We left the shopping behind and went to the Indy Racetrack. We learned a little history about the place as we rode around the track. It began in 1909 as a place for car dealers in the area to test drive cars they were trying to sell. The race track is also referred to as the brickyard because after a couple years of using crushed rock they decided to cover the two and one half miles ...
As I mentioned in yesterdays blog, we now have everything we need to head off so it's looking like we will be setting off this weekend. We plan to stop by Plymouth one more time to see Sarah and Josh as they get back from their Europe travels late Friday night....we will then head west from there.
Also a quick update on our wings last night...as the wings were on special you could choose any amount of wings and have ...
... have some statues and forts you can walk to that explain some of the history of Fort Wayne. We saw the forts, Chief Little Turtle (Darren thought I was making his name up!!) and some turtles.
It was pretty muggy out but was still a nice walk around....they also have a skate park so maybe we will borrow a skateboard so he can go see if he ...
Today we didn't have a whole bunch planned except to take Ashley to Debrands to join us on their tour as a little congratulation on no more college!!
We did a few little things like get Darrens watch fixed (at last after months of it being broken!). Next we drove to South Wayne to see the house that Mum and Dad used to live in and also Steve lived there after too. It is up for sale and we kind of joked about buying it as it's ...
... Zebra, Ostrich ….among many more which you will see in our pictures below. We watched the Sea Lions being fed and they did some funny tricks (the glass was pretty mucky so pictures aren’t super clear)
At lunch time we got our cooler out and ate at one of the picnic benches just outside the Zoo entrance – it was starting to get busy now with lots of younger kids.
After lunch we headed back in and Darren took his zoom lens in for ...