Parks in and around Indianapolis, IN – Part 1

Almost twice a year (except 2020 of course) long trips to various famous visiting locations of United States overshadowed little trips to most abundant weekend visiting spots; various state parks and farms. Here's collective list of all such state parks along with other much needed information. All listed state parks are those that I covered …

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Travelog: Washington DC, Day 4, Fallingwater, PA

Last day of our visit to Washington DC could have been dry chunks of long drive from Washington DC to Indianapolis, if otherwise spiced up with rejuvenating detour to Falling water, Pennsylvania. Falling water is one of the masterpiece of world-famous designer-cum-architect Frank Lloyd Wright. It's almost 3 hours 20 min (as per Google maps) …

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Travelog: Orlando and Bahamas, Day 7, Disney World, Magical Kingdom

Magic is the word After the action packed day at Universal, last day was dedicated to more serene and magical vibrations while visiting Magical Kingdom, one of the four offering from Disney World. Why Magical kingdom? Disney castle has been symbolized everywhere representing Disney. Fireworks at the castle can imprint lasting impression on anyone who …

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Travelog: Orlando and Bahamas, Day 5, Kennedy Space Center

"Farewell to Space" After leisurely "bobbing" on serene Atlantic for 3 days and 4 nights on cruise Carnival, occasionally heading off to islands of Nassau and Freeport, it was time to disembark. Early morning on the last day brought not so surprising drizzle which was very much welcome anticipating hot and humid Orlando weather, and …

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Travelog: Orlando & Bahamas, Day 4, Freeport

Freeport island of Bahamas represents the unlikable side of otherwise dreamy summer vacation spot; industrialization. It has more of "official" feel to it. Apart from rundown hotel buildings which went bankrupt, this second largest populated island of Bahamas houses factories of oil refining, cement, salt, pharmaceutical and steel pipe manufacturing. We have pre-booked excursion; close …

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