Drury Inn Indianapolis

9320 North Michigan Road, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46268, United States
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Travel Tips for Indianapolis

Preservation...revitalization...what's that?

by Cabana_Boy

I wish to register a complaint...and it's not about a dead parrot! And, since there are no good VT categories for complaints; I will register my complaint here, using that unique writing style that is sarcasm...

Here we go, Indianapolis used to have several wonderfully architected buildings throughout its downtown core. Buildings that were well constructed in the early years of the 20th century with such grace and nice, small touches that no builder could pull off today, even if a commercial investor would flip for it. Now, granted several of these buildings were sitting abandon, but as the city started to revitalize many of those buildings fell victim to the wrecking ball instead of a painter's paintbrush...

If this weren't bad enough, the city allowed mere flat lots (for parking cars) to replace almost all of these buildings. I swear Indianapolis must have the most parking spaces per capita than any other U.S. city...hell, I bet it ranks high on the list on the world stage too. Applying my economics degree to all this destruction for mere flat lots, I would say, the parking lot people should be buying the old historic buildings in order to prevent the city from tearing them down only to flood the flat lot parking industry, thus lower prices. But not so... And one of my friends living in Indy has even come up with a conspiracy theory here... The city has been "bagging" lots of parking meters downtown to prevent people from parking along the streets. Therefore, in order to park, people are forced into the flat lots. Thus, prices for spaces in flat lots remain stable. What a scam! My fondest memory of all the destruction Indianapolis has done to its historic architecture for the sake of a few additional parking spaces was this building on Meridian Street.

Check out http://www.preserveindiana.com/pixpages/pb_indy.htm and support the local efforts to preserve our architecture and history.

A lot of people don't pay much...

by Boozoo

A lot of people don't pay much attention to this building in downtown Indy, and it's a shame. Immediately across Meridian from the American Legion Plaza, the Scottish Rite Cathedral is an interesting building in its own right and is gorgeous inside. Built in 1929, it features a carillon of 54 bells and a 7000 pipe organ. Take 5 minutes and at least glance inside :-)

World Class Sushi in Broadripple

by staindesign about H2O Sushi

To begin with this place has a great rep. around town for the quality of food they produce. And the clientel are dressed from fancy to casuel, I saw a few families there with their young children to people there on dates. The interior design of the restaurant doesn't please me much. It is so modern that it looks cold. The colors are dark, the tables are metal. The place is small, but there really isn't many tables or lights in the restaurant. There is lots of space between the tables, so sitting at the tables makes me feel like i'm eatting my food by myself in the dark. I prefer to sit at the sushi bar because there is more light and the colors of the food behind the glass makes it feel more inviting. The staff is very knowledgable and very concerned with your meal experience. This is a great place to go with a group of friends or family, but I wouldn't recommend it for a first date if you have to sit at a table. First I would like to start off saying that this place has the best sushi I have ever had. My friend Edy is the head sushi chef here and he is fantastic. If you have the chance sit at the sushi bar and talk with him and he will fix you right up! I tried the tuna tartar ($11) it was fantastic. Since we had never had much sushi he fixed us up with unagi (eel), shrimp, yellowtail, and salmon Nigiri. Then we split the Pork Ribs: slowly braised with brussel sprout slaw, sweet potato chips, and the ribs were in the best BBQ sauce. (spicy & sweet). And they have an extensive wine and saki list. For two people we spent about $80 which included the tip.

Center of the City

by imyogamomma

This is a nice place to visit and see the center of Indianapolis. They have a nice museum under the monument that give a bit of history. There is a chocolate shop on the SW part of the circle called The South Bend Chocolate Factory my family highly recommends. If you are a lover of chocolate or sweets, you must stop and grab a treat. They have the best hot chocolate drink I've ever had! Enjoy the Circle!

Latino Fest

by staindesign

The latino fest is something to fun during the middle of Sept. They have food from all over the Latin American countries, my favorite is a combo plate from the peruvian stand, $7 = white beans, rice, chicken on a stick, & boiled yucca(potato-like). And the other great thing is a steak on a stick, $5 from the Colombian stand. As for entertainment, they had traditional dancing and it was really fun to watch. Another interested area was the tents that line the sides of the park, they had traditional crafts from some of the latin countries.


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Address: 9320 North Michigan Road, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46268, United States