Kitchenette Inn

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

Chicago to Indianapolis

A travel blog entry by k-rod on Aug 23, 2014

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... dogs and tamales so we could try the authentic taste of a Chicago dog. We were not let down, they were delicious, I loved that the french fries were included as topping along with the peppers, pickles and sauce.

It was hard not to get settled and make today a repeat of yesterday's backyard marathon but the pull of Karen's beloved New Orleans Saints was too much. Almost immediately upon ...

Kilpsch Music Center

A travel blog entry by veteranroadie on Aug 22, 2014

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... wall went in without a hitch and I was able to get the side screens built with no issues. As the show progressed, it was a normal, outstanding show as per usual, but it ended quite differently than any of the others had before. Normally, KISS would finish out with a series of pyrotechnic blasts than the stage going dark. This time, due to the recent ALS awareness "Ice Bucket Challenge" they remained on stage and had Def Leppard join them. Paul Stanley went through his speech ...

GenCon Report #3

A travel blog entry by aspqrz on Aug 17, 2014

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Another in a continuing series -

Achtung Cthulhu! Investigator's Guide to the Secret War (US$29.99)
This is actually not a new release. You may even have seen it mentioned online (depending on what websites you habitually refer to) or even seen it in at Games Paradise (or wherever) however, since I have been avoiding the latter (not wanting to spend money best saved to ...

GenCon Report #2

A travel blog entry by aspqrz on Aug 16, 2014

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... those rules. And a chunky one at that page count.

Don't these people have a clew? THERE IS STILL NO effing INDEX!

Which, again, makes the book far far far less useful than it should be. Evidently, it seems they simply don't get it. Indexes are not optional, they are an integral part of any RPG book.

Contents: Foreword + How to Use this Book (4-5), Mechanics and Structure (6-43), History and Fantasy ...

Indy - A Great City

A travel blog entry by lynnreed on Aug 09, 2014

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... closed on Sundays and Mondays. Thanks to Caroline, we were able to get in the back gate and walk around the house and garden. We could not see inside but got to enjoy the surroundings. Jim, as mom calls him, is her 1st cousin 2x removed. Mom's grandmother Dale (Eliza) was Jim's 1st cousin. His mother, Elizabeth Marine, and her father, Asa Marine, were brother and sister.

We walked ...