Indianapolis, United States travel tips

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Interstates, highways, bridges and county backroads. They all await you and your perfect roadtrip! Just rent a car in Indianapolis and off you go, have the adventure of your life!

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The Indianapolis Colts is the local football team. If you feel like catching a game look online for ticket information.

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America's national pastime is baseball! If you feel like going out to watch a ball game, check tickets for the local team called Indianapolis Indians. Don't forget your peanuts and cracker jacks!

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One thing is for sure, Americans do know how to live. Conrad Indianapolis may not be cheap, but it is a great hotel!

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Make a reservation at Courtyard Indianapolis Carmel is you are in need of a place to stay. Try calling or online.

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The Indy Hostel is a great way to lay your head for a night. Cheap, but decent service.

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Motor racing is big in Indianapolis. Ever heard about the Indy 500?

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Traveling with family? Visit the Children's Museum and have a fun day!

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Want to party all night but have no idea where to go? Have no fear, Blu is always a good choice!

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Liquor is easy to come by in Indianapolis, but you have to be over 21, otherwise you will not be served! Alley Cat is a good place.

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Have a date for the night but no idea where to eat? Make a reservation at Monon Coffee Company and impress!

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Looking for a fair priced restaurant in Indianapolis? Just Google City Market, they have great service and amazing food.

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Eating smart is not that difficult as Indianapolis provides countless options. Feel like fueling up? Visit Bazbeaux.

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If you cannot find something on the Internet just visit the local tourist office and get informed!

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If you run into trouble just dial 911 and state your emergency. Be clear and concise, and help should arrive soon!

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Indianapolis has all the four distinct seasons. The climate itself is humid continental, so expect some hot and "sticky" summers!

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Being lost is not a problem in the United States as locals are generally very helpful. Ask around for directions and you will most definitely receive some good tips.

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Tipping is an art in the United States. The rule of thumb is that you should always give some tips in restaurants. 5% means that service was mediocre, 10% means regular and 20% is for outstanding service.

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ATMs are easy to find, they are literally everywhere in the United States. While Americans do love their credit cards, keeping some cash on you can still be a great idea, especially in rural areas.

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