Kitchenette Inn

4909 Knights Way, Indianapolis, Indiana, IN 46217, United States | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Indianapolis

White River Campground

A travel blog entry by missvidalia

This is a lovely, quiet campground beside the white river. I was the only RV and my section which was next to a side stream. I walk the loop as it began to sprinkle, so I returned to the RV and had supper. A major lightning and thunderstorms began about midnight and lasted till 230. There was a lot of rain with some wind, but it was the lightning that was amazing to watch I opened all the curtains and blinds so that I could watch it in all its ...

Lazy Day in Indy

A travel blog entry by louiseandblake

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... a milkshake... we ate most of it with a spoon. Fantastic value at $3.50!! Can probably claim it as the best milkshake I've ever had... and I've had alot of milkshakes in my short 21 years!
Back at the hotel it had started to rain really heavily so we went and spent some time in the spa before heading to White Castle (conveniently located 200m from our front door) for dinner. Not a healthy dinner, but it had to be done! We ordered ...

The Cultural Trail

A travel blog entry by louiseandblake

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... open on a sunny day. It takes 11minutes to open the roof.

Sadly because of roof maintenance we were unable to see\walk onto the field which was pretty disappointing. Interestingly enough both of us were extremely surprised at how small the field actually is in real life. It looks much bigger on TV!

Fun Fact - The stadium cost $719 million to build and the capacity is 69,000 people.
After walking the whole 100metres back to the hotel ...

Peruvian Longings

A travel blog entry by kelliacurtis

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... me out, but not before much frustration! I also flash backed to lying in bed, sick, sick, sick, this was not a highlight of my last South American adventure. The sickness came as my silly self woke up in the middle of the night and brushed my teeth with tap water. I knew better than to put tap water in my mouth, but it simply slipped my mind. The torture to my stomach did not fade quickly. Although there are incredible memories from that trip, there were ...

Indianapolis 500

A travel blog entry by snicoll

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... 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 ...