Hampton Inn Indianapolis-Northwest

7220 Woodland Drive, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46278, United States
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BRICKYARD 400

by downtime

going to the indy motor speedway in Aug.2005 I have seats in the Paddock section B, row H. Are these good seats? Can I see almost all of the track? what is the party seen that weekend of the race?


Thanks,
lou

RE: BRICKYARD 400

by YVRDave

I don't know the area. I do know that lower rows have difficulty seeing over the wall.
Be aware that Indianapolis is dry on sunday so if you want to drink at the race buy your beer on saturday. The Brickyard also restricts the size of coolers so go to www.brickyard.com to see the size allowed.

Travel Tips for Indianapolis

You Have to Love the Downtown.

by EvaWalls

I love Downtown Indianapolis. A girl can walk alone at night and not worry about making it through the parking lot. The city has really been making an effort to improve it over the last decade.
Old factories are being turned into lofts and condos. The old Victorians are being restored and almost coveted. The new buildings are being styled to match the architecture. Even the sporting events have new looks. I love to walk from the Circle, and up to the War Monuments. The mall that runs along this corridor is a wonderful place to sit and eat lunch, watch the parade, or just attend one of the festivals.
We used to leave the coffeehouse, full of caffiene, and walk to the War Memorial. We'd lounge at the fountains, or just climb to the top.
During the day, you can go inside and see tribute to "Hoosiers" (There, I said it) who have lost their lives serving their country. Their names line all of the walls on the grandstairs. At the top. it opens to the creepiest monument that I've ever seen, the Shrine Room. Photos cannot do this justice.

TROPICAL PARADISE IN THE MIDDLE OF WINTER

by Munchkin1973

Take a journey to a tropical waterfall complete with banana plants and palm trees. It can be the middle of winter and snow on the ground but you'll be cozy inside when you visit this conservatory. Numbers of tropical plants abound with very knowledgable staff. Occassional plant sales may result in a bargain find even midwinter. The Garfield Park Conservatory is located on Shelby St. south of downtown Indianapolis.

Italian home cooking served up in an old house...

by Cabana_Boy about Amici’s

Amici's is located in an old house with a small storefront facade, it looks like one of those old corner candy stores where the owner made their own candy and lived upstairs. Amici's is the perfect little place to take a date for a romantic Italian dinner.

Given its location away from many of the downtown restaurants (and crowds) as well as its small size, Amici's offers up a nice semi-private dining experience. But I have also been there on nights when seductive Italian women belly dance around the restaurant, but then that was a long time ago when fewer people came (or stayed) downtown; and, perhaps too much wine was involved that night. The Chicken Gorgonzola is my personal fav...

Soldiers & Sailors Monument

by deecat

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The Soldiers & Sailors Monument is to Indianapolis as the Arch is to St. Louis.

It was erected in 1887-1901 of ashlar limestone and is dedicated to the 24,000 "Hoosiers" who gave their lives in the Civil War. It was designed by the German Architect, Bruno Schmitz There was an international design competition, and Schmitz won. He designed the monument as the city's focal point and as a gathering place. He succeeded!

The monument incorporates sculpture by 4 people, Rudolf Schwarz, Frederick William MacMonnies, George Thomas Brewster, & Nicolaus Geiger. It was fabricated by the Terre Haute Stone Company.

Private funds were collected, but most of the cost was paid for with public funds.

This structure is about 284 feet high, but with the statue called Victory standing atop it, that measurement increases. I discovered that most "Hoosiers" call Victory "Miss Indiana"!

My brother Dustin (who lives in Indianapolis) tells me that The Soldiers & Sailors Monument is decorated with thousands and thousands of small Christmas Tree Lights each Christmas season, and it is thus transformed into one of the world's largest Christmas trees!"

Jill and I rode the small elevator to the to step 290 and walked to the glass-enclosed observation deck. (the 330 stair walk was closed) Too bad the windows as filthy dirty so it's difficult to enjoy the panoramic view of downtown Indianapolis and impossible to take a photo.

It was impossible for me to take a photograph that encompassed the entire monument; I would have needed much more sophisticated equipment.
My two photos show details of the monument.

Harrison Statue at Monument Circle

by grkboiler

On the northeast side of the monument stands a statue of William Henry Harrison (1773-1841) by John H. Mahoney.

Harrison was a general and served as governor of Indiana for 12 years beginning in 1801. He led troops to victory against the Indian Confederacy and Tecumseh at the Battle of Tippecanoe in 1812, earning himself the nickname "Tippecanoe". He was a popular candidate for President in 1840 and defeated Martin van Buren in the election. He died after only a few months in office, making him the shortest serving President.

The plaque reads:

William H. Harrison. Conqueror of the Indian Confederacy. War 1812-1815.

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 Hampton Inn Indianapolis-Northwest

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Address: 7220 Woodland Drive, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46278, United States