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Old 01-02-2013   #11
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Default Re: Share your road trip experiences....

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Originally Posted by HumbleGirl View Post
Had a great time in Indy despite the disappointing loss. We stayed in the team hotel and wished every player and coach well as they left for the game. Our seat were in the end zone field level and great. Lucas Oil stadium is really nice. Everything in downtown Indy is walking distance. We walked from the hotel to the stadium completely indoors in their Skyway, which was nice since it was 16 degrees and icy everywhere. The stadium had way less food choices than us. There were 2 live band stages on the ground floor which was cool.

Colts fans were really really nice. Almost bizarrely so. Everyone had someone they knew in Texas or from Texas to chat with us about. The stadium is way quieter than Reliant although they got pretty loud after that kick off return. Every TD is celebrated with confetti drops over the stands which is pretty cool. They do the death gongs on every 3rd down and everyone gets up but they just don't get that loud.

All in all, I would highly recommend attending a game here. Very few Texans fans were seen and at least 2 near us were escorted out by the police.
Sounds like you had a blast.. Indy strikes me as a place that would be friendly!
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