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TRAVEL GUIDE: INDIANA

Indiana is known for its sports, from the Indy500 to the Hoosiers, its Universities and its midwestern values. But with hip new restaurants and hotels cropping up all over Indianapolis, the capital is giving the state a sparkly new image. Visitors will also find plenty of outdoor activities throughout the state, such as sledding, hang gliding, mountain biking, canoeing and camping.

INDIANAPOLIS

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Canterbury Hotel
BUSINESS TRAVEL
Canterbury Hotel
This 75-year-old downtown favorite maintains the traditions that built its excellent reputation. Discreet customer service is a hallmark here, and first-class business amenities include in-room high-speed Internet access and a computer center with printers and audio-visual equipment.

INDIANA

START YOUR ENGINES
The Indianapolis 500
Every Memorial Day weekend, the best drivers compete in the The Indianapolis 500, which guarantees nail-biting excitement. Hardcore race fans can also attend the practice and qualifying days, where they can more easily access the garages and drivers.
33 drivers will compete in the Indianapolis 500

Sheraton Indianapolis City Centre

STAYING IN
Book a Room in Indiana
After riding the world's largest water coaster, Mammoth, at Splashin' Safari, why not towel dry at one of Indiana's numerous hotels or resorts? Before reserving a room, check out these hotel reviews, ratings, and photos to find your ideal accommodations.

Visit the official Indiana Tourism site

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(Updated: 5/31/12 KK)


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