I can answer just about any question or give advice about the city of Indianapolis and its surrounding suburbs. I'd be happy to provide restaurant, hotel, and attraction recommendations based on what you're looking for.
I've lived here all my life, I've worked in the hospitality and tourism area downtown for several years. I'm very familiar with where things are in the city and what to do.
I always enjoy hearing the reaction from people that have never visited the city before.
As much as possible!
Indianapolis is the 12th largest city in the U.S.
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The closest grocery store is a Marsh Marketplace at 320 N New Jersey Street. It's about a mile away from downtown so you will need to take a cab. Alternatively, there is a CVS at 175 North Illinois
Hi Jennifer, thanks for the questions. To make it easier, I'll break down each item for you. 1) Referencing good breakfast/lunch non-chain spots in the city, I usually recommend "Barcelona Tapas" (201
Hi Scott, I sincerely apologize for the delay! Hopefully I can still be of help. I'll attempt to answer the questions in order. You are definitely right about Indiana's cost of living, it's one of the
It really depends on what part of the city. If you live in one of the townships surrounding the central part of the city, they all have great schools. Those townships are Pike, Washington, Lawrence
Room availability will probably play a big part in what I recommend, as I'm sure a vast majority of hotels are either sold out or raise their prices to unreal levels. It's not uncommon to see $300-600/night