We met Kay at her house and left from there. We started with brunch at Taste. If you haven't eaten there, we highly recommend it. Breakfast burrito with chorizo, basil tomato caprese sandwich, zesty salad and lemon bar. All of the food excellent. Good thing we were able to walk off all of that food the rest of the day.
We started our walk along the Canal which recently had a face lift with a variety of murals.
The people riding on the zip line looked like they were having a lot of fun but we weren't willing to wait in line. We felt bad for the lady who got stuck on the zip line and had to be retrieved.
Our marketing minds pondered the budget there had to be for all of the Super Bowl signage. The signs looked great and provided lots of photo opportunities.
Here we are at Monument Circle, doing our part to support the Super Bowl.
We tried to see the Lego Lucas Oil Stadium on display in the JW Marriott but only those with credentials or room key could get in to the hotel. If you haven't seen it, check in out online. The creator is from Bloomington. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=duJRCEn859g
Georgia Street was closed to automobile traffic. Two stages were set up for bands. While we were there, we heard the Born Again Floozies. They are the only band I've ever seen that has a tap dancer as part of the act. The people in the crowds were nice, despite the not-so-great weather. One man did push through the crowd when we were listing to the BAF as though he was wearing his football pads...either reliving some high school glory days or just excited for the big game.
We ended the night grabbing a sub at Jimmy John's around 2 am and a final photo of Greg with the JW Marriott Vince Lombardi trophy image. A very fun Super Bowl Eve. Indy hosted a great party. It was the Epicenter of Awesome.