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Family Weekend Getaway in Indianapolis, Indiana
By car: This rather lackluster drive takes a little over three hours through plenty of cornfields; we suggest a stop over the border at the Dairy Queen to keep you going. Start on I-90/94 East and continue onto I-90/the Skyway. Be prepared for the tolls. Follow the signs to I-65 South and take exit 113 or 114. Once in the city, you'll be pleased to see that parking costs are much lower than in Chicago. Just watch out for crazy traffic during major sporting events.
By train: The Amtrak's Cardinal/Hoosier State line runs a daily route to Indianapolis, though the trip takes about five hours. Pick it up at Chicago's Union Station and you'll be dropped off at 350 South Illinois Street, near Lucas Oil Stadium and across from the convention center. Local IndyGo buses (all with bike racks) and tourist buses can transport you throughout the city and to all main attractions.
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