Review: Indianapolis Weekend Overview 2011

This is the overview for some reviews I am doing of my trip to Indianapolis, Indiana.  I went to meet up with a couple of friends while they were in town for the Gen Con 2011 convention.  I did go there as well, so I will do a “sort of” review of the convention here as well, but most of my time was spent out in the city. 

I have driven through the city a time or two, but never really stopped into it.  I really had a great time and realized that, like Cincinnati, Indy has much more to offer than I gave it credit for.  So I am dividing my reviews up mostly by region and topic.  The first set is for specifically Indy things and places.  At the bottom, there is a link to my review on all things Gen Con (that I experienced myself…there was soooo much that was beyond my comprehension or scope).  Enjoy!!

Thursday

Children’s Museum – Review

Website | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube

Friday

Tata Cuban Café

Website | Facebook | Twitter

Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western ArtReview

Website | Facebook | Twitter

Massachusetts Avenue (Mass Ave)Review

Website | Facebook

                Stouts Footwear

                At Home in the City/Silver in the City – Website | Facebook

                Global Gifts (Fair Trade Shop) – Website | Facebook | Twitter

                Best Chocolate in Town – Website | Facebook | Twitter

                Aesop’s Tables – Website

                Market

Saturday

Indianapolis Zoo – Review (soon to come)

Website | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube

Taste of Downtown 2011 – Review (soon to come)

Website

                Easley’s Winery – Website | Facebook | Twitter

                Byrne’s Pizza – Website | Facebook | Twitter

Gen Con 2011 Edition – Review (soon to come)

Seminars – by Erik Mehring

Doctor Who booth

“Dominion”

Christian Gamers Guild Church service

GameChurch.com

Gamers for Humanity

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