SpringHill Suites Indianapolis Downtown
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... sports such as Basketball, NFL, Gymnastics, Soccer, Lacrosse, Swimming, Shooting, Volleyball... the list goes on. The second floor was all interactive games where you could test your skills. There was a simulator screen which you could throw and kick in various sports challenges. We tried our hand at NFL, baseball, basketball and soccer. There was also a basketball court to shoot around on and an umpiring game that you could play. A bit of fun and ...
... few reminders that South America isn’t the easiest travel destination. My light hair seems to shout my displacement, and my developing, but still very lacking Spanish, puts me in a bit of a disadvantage.
My worrying family and friends also seem to be put at ease if they know I am not completely on my own. The travel buddies did not work out, so I decided to try something completely different and seek out a group I may meet up with. ...
... although all drivers escaped unharmed, the final accident bringing out a red flag to stop the race with 8 laps to go. That decision meant that there were 6 green flag racing laps to the finish and the 200,000 plus crowd were rewarded with the second closest finish in race history with American Ryan Hunter-Reay taking the victory. Dinner was at Lindo Mexico where I ate Chorri-Pollo, a dish of chicken, chorizo, beans, rice and tortillas. Top temperature today was ...
Headed east from Champaign where I lost an hour crossing into Indiana and the Eastern timezone. I continued eastwards on the interstate bound for the Indianapolis Motor Speedway to collect my parking permit for the race tomorrow. From Indianapolis I headed south to Edinburgh, Indiana where I did a bit of shopping at the outlet mall. I also took a drive through Edinburgh to discover that it contains a lot of churches. Next stop was in Columbus, Indiana to view a covered bridge set in ...
Keen to get a look around the city before heading out to the speedway, we trotted off into a bright crisp morning about 8.30am. As we are staying in the heart of the city, we are in walking distance of most its attractions. Having found a canal area on Trip advisor that looked picturesque, we headed North. Stumbling over the canal, complete with gondolas about 30 minutes later, it was indeed a lovely part of town.
Indianapolis is very much like St ...
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