Well group, the wife and I finally did we made a Steelers weekend road trip to Indy. We had been planning this for months. We woke up at 5 am Saturday morning from our home in Northwest PA, got the In-laws to watch our 4 and 6 year old and we hit the 6 hour trip to Indy. When we first got to Indy we hit up some breweries/ brew pubs. We like our craft beers so, we had to hit a couple of those locations. We had reservations for St. Elmo's, which is a pretty well know steak house in Indy. Famous for their super hot shrimp cocktail. Burns the nasal passages if you ever try the cocktail sauce, but it's super good. Good a nice huge prime rib it was awesome. We ended up staying at the JW Marriott, not a cheap hotel. But, with two little kids a home, a couples trip like this doesn't happen often, so I splurged a little. It just so happened, it was the same hotel the Steelers players were staying at. I'm.were not a autograph person or a getting my picture person, so it was neat to just see the players. I really actually felt bad for the players because they couldn't go anywhere with out Steelers fans camped out in the lobby just seeking autographs, pictures and whatever. They do a good job in not stopping while moving. Plus hotel had security so the players would be left alone a little. Sunday morning the wife and I got off the elevator and Joe Haden was right there. ( wish I would have said a prayer for his leg there, I had I known) It was neat experience, who would of thought all the hotels and Indy, and I picked the one they be at. As far as the game it was, what I thought it be, Steelers playing down to an inferior team on the road again. Colts fans were extremely nice, I don't have a single negative thing to say about them. But, there had to be 15-20K steelers fans there, and I think that be a conservative estimate. Lucas Oil is a nice place, glad the game was indoors as it was raining outside, it's a nice set up on the inside, outside it looks like a big Warehouse, doesn't impress me with the outside look, but once inside it's very nice. If any of you get the chance to go to Indy. It's a very nice city. We enjoyed our time. The wife and I look forward to getting to go on another road trip someday. But, nothing beats a 90 minute drive to Heinz field, and we are home.