Extended StayAmerica Indianapolis - Northwest

9030 Wesleyan Road, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46268, United States
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This is Indianapolis... the...

by dzni

This is Indianapolis... the nerve center of Indiana. Therefore, they liked basketball here, and football too! And racing! So, don't insult the Pacers or the Colts... and well, I don't like racing or pro sports either.. so just root for the Purdue Boilermakers like me! :)

Old Pro's Table

by dzni about Old Pro's Table

Another sports bar that I enjoyed in Broad Ripple. It wasn't too crowded.. again, I was able to move about. There was a fire going in the middle, which was really unique. The bar area had wood paneling and such. The back had some video games and a few pool tables... although we watched other people play until we could wait no longer and left to find one someplace else! Anyway, this place was nice at any rate!

Small lids of food: tapas

by staindesign about BARcelona

I really enjoyed this place. It is really a great place to go with friends of a lazy afternoon lunch or sit outside on a warm spring day. The interior is really nice and eclectic. With beautiful colors, a handsome mosaic over the bar and fanastic antique chandiliers. It is really a unique place that sits on the corner of Ohio and Deleware downtown Indianapolis. But a few bad things need to be worked out to make the place perfect. First being when you enter the restaurant, the hostess are friendly but too informal, they look like some random teenagers hang out next to the door. We were seated quickly and our server did immediately greet us. The serving staff seems quite uneducated about the food and wine, so we felt a bit on our own. We were told that about 2 tapas per person would be filling. The 3 of us felt that 4 was plenty. The inside of the restaurant is so loud, you have to yell to talk with the other people at your table. Hence the reason i mentioned it is best go for lunch or sit outside. to end this on a good note, the bathrooms were really clean. I have enjoyed everything that I have had there; bacaloa (cod & potato cakes), marinated shrimp, & spinach empanadas. You might as well forget your diet because most of the items here are fried. The one thing i didn't like was the artichoke frita, it just tasted fried like an oily flavor. We enjoyed a bottle of Rivola Tempranillo. It was great, even though i had to open it for my waiter. hahaha!

There was one main dish offered, Paella for $16.95. I haven't had the chance to try it. The menu said it is served with chicken, chorizo, shrimp, & mussels. With a 15 minute alloted time limit for cooking.

Over all the prices are reasonable.

Soldiers and Sailors Monument

by sambarnett

Located at the very heart of Indianapolis, you cannot miss the Soldiers and Sailors Monument.
   Dedicated on May 15, 1902 to the common soliders and sailors of the Civil War, the only monument in the country to do so, is a beautiful tribute. Designed by German architect Bruno Schmitz at the cost of $600,000 it now stands as a tribute to all of Indiana's military service personnel in all wars previous to World War I.
   At top is 'Miss Victory,' standing at 30 feet, only 15 feet shorter than the Statue of Liberty. Inside is the Colonel Eli Lilly Civil War Museum and an observation deck at the base of the statue. Both are open at the same hours as the Indiana World War Memorial.
   Pick up a brochure at any of the tourist sites for a detailed explanation of the monument.

State House Grounds - National Road Marker

by grkboiler

The marker to the National Road (also known as the Cumberland Road) sits outside the south entrance to the State House along Washington St.

The National Road (US 40 - Washington St.) was built by Congress to promote settlement west of Cumberland, Maryland. The section of road sitting inside Indiana's borders were turned over to the state in 1839.

The marker reads:

Front: "The National Road. Cumberland, MD to Terre Haute, IN. 1806-1839."

Back: "In memory of the brave men and women who toiled amid many dangers, and laid the foundations of the commonwealth of Indiana."

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Address: 9030 Wesleyan Road, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46268, United States