We went to Indianapolis, Indiana for Thanksgiving with my Wife's family. It takes a couple plane rides to get there from Bismarck, but fortunately they are relatively short and painless, so we made it there without incident. Thanksgiving was good, lots of good food and such, but I guess the main point of this post falls somewhere else.
We stayed in the massive superfancy JW Mariott in Downtown Indianapolis for our last night there, and went out both that evening into the heart of downtown and also the next morning and brought a couple cameras with us.
I'll start with a photo of the view that we had from our room below:
This next one is a decent image that shows pretty much the entirety of the view out our window, taken with my Fuji X-T1 and a Rokinon 8mm fisheye. Lots of parking garage there, which is why I took more zoomed in photos with the other camera. Still a very good view that is hard to get into photos.
It really isn't a long walk to get anywhere in downtown Indianapolis, compared to other cities that I have been in (namely Chicago and New York), so it was nice to be able to walk around the city without having to worry about public transit or a taxi. I'll post a quick gallery of some of the lesser photos that I took as we walked around.