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Annnnd… I’m Off!

Annnnd... I'm Off!

After five months of no travel, wait a minute, wasn’t I supposed to be escaping the brutal Chicago winter instead of sticking through it?? Hmm… Well, anyways! Yes, after five months of no travel it’s finally time to hit the road again, and I couldn’t be more excited! This next adventure has me on the road for almost a whole month, ...

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Foto Friday: The Circle City at Night

Foto Friday: The Circle City at Night

Every Friday I’ll be sharing a photo from someplace in my travels. This week’s photo is of the the Circle City at Night. For a small Midwestern city, the one thing we noticed most about Indianapolis was how proud the residents are. Proud of their country, their state, and most importantly, their city, the Circle City. During the day we toured around ...

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5 Family-Friendly Activities to do in Indianapolis

5 Family-Friendly Activities to do in Indianapolis

Sure, Indy’s hip new indie persona is luring in plenty of millennials that now call Indy home. I mean, with an epic food and craft brewery scene like that, what do you expect? But that doesn’t mean Indy is no place for families! We were surprised to find that Indianapolis really does have the best of both worlds and were amazed ...

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Feeling Pampered and Refreshed at Conrad Indy

Feeling Pampered and Refreshed at Conrad Indy

Located in the heart of downtown, a stay at the Conrad Indianapolis promises visitors a luxurious and artsy stay. Yes, the city’s recent artsy revival has also seemed to affect one of the city’s finest hotels as well. The first and second floors of the Conrad feature the works of both local and world renowned artists, and the hotel houses its ...

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Foto Friday: Indianapolis Canal Walk

Foto Friday: Indianapolis Canal Walk

Every Friday I’ll be sharing a photo from someplace in my travels. This week’s photo is of the Canal Walk in Indianapolis. The Indiana Central Canal was dug in the early 1800s, in an effort to facilitate interstate commerce. It was supposed to extend almost 300 miles to the Ohio River, but until fortunately the project didn’t last and they finished an exciting ...

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Eating Indy: Farm-to-Table at its Finest

Eating Indy: Farm-to-Table at its Finest

Leaving Indianapolis, one of the things we were most impressed with was the food. Supposedly Indy wasn’t always this cool, but as the city underwent its hip revival, along with it came a whole new food scene to match. And let me assure you, there is no shortage of things to eat in Indy. Just take a drive down the road and you’ll recognize ...

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#FindingAsia: Indianapolis Museum of Art

#FindingAsia: Indianapolis Museum of Art

Growing up with one of the world’s top art museums basically in our backyard, I guess I got pretty spoiled. I assumed all art museums were of a similar quality to the one here in Chicago, but later in life found out just how wrong that assumption was. I was excited to pay the Indianapolis Museum of Art a visit ...

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5 Reasons Basque Country ISN’T Spain

5 Reasons Basque Country ISN’T Spain

Today’s post comes from the lovely Jenny Marshall, who you may remember as one of this month’s featured bloggers.  Jenny is a language and culture fanatic. She’s originally from California but has lived for three years in Spain, now based in Barcelona. She teaches English to fill the bank, writes to fill her soul, and attempts that sexy Spanish lisp on ...

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