Grandview Inn & Suites

520 East Thompson Road, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46227, United States

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Where to go?

by mimi1122

A group of women in age from 28-42 are coming for a girls weekend. Where would you suggest to go out at night. We like to dance, we like music, and we like to drink. Where can we go that might fit all our different ages?

RE: Where to go?

by crimcrop

Mimi, my answer might be coming after the fact...

Given your above criteria, I would suggest that you try the cluster of trendy nightclubs along South Meridian street near Monument Circle. The Ice Lounge at 235 S. Meridian and the nearby 6 Lounge at 247 S. Meridian and Subterra Lounge at 250 S. Meridian all offer a chic, trendy and exotic nightclub experience with adjoining dining options. There are various other nightclubs downtown scattered through downtown, and there are many live music venues, such as the Chatterbox at 435 Massachusetts Ave. for jazz and the Slippery Noodles at 372 S. Meridian St. for blues. The Ugly Monkey is a raucous and crazy bar and dance club at 50 W. South St. next to the old Union Station (train station)--it is very popular with the wild and younger crowd looking to booze it up and dance all night.

Re: Where to go?

by don-the-traveler

Sure hope you have fun.
Want the time of your life?
During month of September members
of the 86th Blackhawk Infantry Division
is in Indianapolis.
Once known as BOOZE-HOUNDS.
Get it? BH (for blackhawks)Insignia.
Look em up.

Travel Tips for Indianapolis


by RonaaRoo

If you are in the Indy area, you have to visit downtown! I was extremely impressed by Indianapolis' downtown! They have one of the nicest downtown malls I've ever seen, as well as many resturants and things on the street. I would even compare Indy's downtown to a smaller (well, much smaller) Chicago. Not as many on-the-street shops in Indy, but still, I was very impressed! Also, the Castleton Mall Northeast of Indianapolis is very nice!

A stop back in time in Lockerbie Square

by 807Wheaton

In the shadow of downtown Indianapolis, Lockerbie Square with its quaint cottages stand side by side among an eclectic mix of Italiante, Federal and Queen Anne houses of one of the nation's most resurgent cities.
James Whitcomb Riley spent the last two decades of his life here over a century ago.

A dedicated group of "urban pioneers" led the neighborhood's revitalization. Restoration of houses came one by one with vacant lots filled with either historic homes relocated from other, endangered locations, or from "in-fill" construction carefully designed to blend in with the neighborhood's Victorian ambiance.

Not El Holo in the wallo

by FoxWMulder about El Porton

El Porton is around 96th and Michigan. It looks like a hole in the wall from the outside. It is not fancy, but has great food. Looks are quite deceiving here, so don't judge this book by its cover. I'll just sit idly by thinking of more clichés.

Western Art & Woodland Indians

by Toughluck

With a name like Eiteljorg, you would not expect such a concise museum of Indian Art and Woodland Culture. I've been looking for sources of information on the Woodland Indians of the Great Lakes. Movies, books, and stories focus on the 'cowboy' period of Ameircan History and the late (1870-1890's) Indian Wars. Try and find a good source of the life and trials of Woodland nations, who lived throughout the Great Lakes! 4Well, here it is.

The second floor (east) covers the history and modern life style of the Potawatomi, Miami, Delaware and other nations in Indiana and into the surrounding states. They have consulted with the tribal elders and historians. It is a great source of who this 'first Americans' were and are today. The west side has pottery displays and a craft area, where there are often crafters at work.

Entrance fees: $7.00 adult, $4.00 (student), free (child), $6.00 (senior)

Indianapolis Motor Speedway...

by gkitzmil

Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Hall of Fame Museum
whether you like auto racing or not, more people around the world reference the Speedway when they hear the name Indianapolis than any other icon. The museum is a treasure trove for racing fans


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 Grandview Inn & Suites

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Address: 520 East Thompson Road, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46227, United States