Weekend in Indy - The Start of a New Normal

Back in January, we planned a weekend in Indianapolis to take in the revelry of the Big 10 Men's Basketball Tournament. Scott only likes to go when it is hosted in Indianapolis, as the city and its numerous hotels, restaurants, shops and other attractions make it super convenient and fun for the visiting fans. The Bankers Life Fieldhouse sits in the heart of the city, accessible to all the amenities Indy has to offer.

We never imagined the tournament would eventually be scuttled all together due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Wednesday evening, as the first games were being played, I was stunned to learn the remaining games would be played without fans. Even with this turn of events, we decided not to cancel our hotel reservations and headed out of town for a weekend getaway.

I'm glad we went, as now we're all under a stay at home directive with only essential businesses open. Instead of watching basketball, we walked around the city, ate a lot of really good food, visited a museum, did some shopping and reconnected with old friends who were also in town. Overall, a very nice weekend away.

Friday afternoon - sunny walk along the Canal Walk.
Pops of Color #indy #canalwalkindy
This walk took us around the Indiana Statehouse and the USS Indianapolis National Memorial Monument.

Indy Mix

Indy Statehouse

We ate at St Elmo's Steakhouse, Nada (cool taco place), The Oceanaire Seafood Room and I decided to take photos of all the cool bars at these restaurants. I called it my Indy Mini Bar Series.






We visited the Eiteljorg Museum, a gorgeous showcase of Native American and Western Art.
Fluidity in Motion #snowinmarch #indy #sculpture #blackandwhite
And yes, it was snowing!

I was particularly drawn to a special photography exhibit, the work of Horace Poolaw
The Gallery #photography #blackandwhite

So even though there was no basketball, we enjoyed our weekend away. We hope the businesses impacted by current closures make it through.


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