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Message no. 1
From: pgrosse@********.com (Paul Grosse)
Subject: [OT] GenCon Indy, part 2
Date: Thu, 3 Apr 2003 07:36:36 -0500
Okay, I finally got around to updating my website with a short blub
about every place I hit last weekend. It can be found at
http://www.geocities.com/nylanfs, my email is at the bottom if you
have any comments or suggestions.

Paul "Yes that Paul" Grosse
ICQ: 14397299
AO: Nylan
Various forums: Nylan (or Nylanfs)

"The Earth is just too small and fragile a basket for the human race
to keep all it's eggs in." - Robert Heinlein
Message no. 2
From: iridios@********.net (Iridios)
Subject: [OT] GenCon Indy, part 2
Date: Thu, 03 Apr 2003 20:14:33 -0500
Paul Grosse wrote:
> Okay, I finally got around to updating my website with a short blub
> about every place I hit last weekend. It can be found at
> http://www.geocities.com/nylanfs, my email is at the bottom if you
> have any comments or suggestions.

Did you intend to layout that page in a fashion similar to the
Seattle Sourcebook? I mean a street map of downtown with various
locations numbered and a listing of those locations with
descriptions and 'shadowtalk'.

Or was it all a happy coincidence?


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Message no. 3
From: rtomasso@*******.com (Richard Tomasso)
Subject: [OT] GenCon Indy, part 2
Date: Tue, 08 Apr 2003 13:01:19 -0400
>From: "Paul Grosse" <pgrosse@********.com>
>
>Okay, I finally got around to updating my website with a short blub
>about every place I hit last weekend. It can be found at
>http://www.geocities.com/nylanfs, my email is at the bottom if you
>have any comments or suggestions.

I was in Indy last year for a convention. He's right, the center is big. And
the accoustics in the break-out rooms are much better than the 200-block at
the Milwaukee center.

If you're looking for fast food, there's several places by the Circle, from
local sub shops to chains like Quisnos.

The hotels connected to the con center all have decent bars with lounge
areas.

Paul wrote:
>>>
(21) Mikado Japanese Restaurant

The finest in authentic Japanese cuisine, offering delicious selections from
a seasonal menu. Fabulous dining room features a Japanese garden,
contemporary Japanese furniture and handmade china from Japan. Come in for a
cup of sake, salmon teriyaki or the freshest sushi available.

Nylanís Notes: This place I wanted to stop at, but the rest of the party
chickened out. Wusses, anyway I have heard that this place is VERY good.
<<<

This place is good. But is expensive, as one would expect from a Sushi
restaurant. If you've got the bucks, it is worth it.




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