Archives for January 2011

Quality Inn and Suites Hotel: A Sumptuous and Surprising Stay

An attractive hotel in Noblesville, the Quality Inn & Suites hovers practically next door to the renowned Indiana Transportation Museum in Noblesville, Indiana, and near the Verizon Wireless Music Center, a mega-concert venue for greater Indianapolis music. Conner Prairie Living History Museum is only a glance away as well, and some excellent Noblesville restaurants are […]

Cambria Suites Hotel: Sophisticated yet Comfy

A lovely and modern, smoke-free hotel in Noblesvile, the Cambria Suites Hotel is within easy walking distance from Noblesville’s shopping mecca, the Hamilton Town Center, as well as the Verizon Wireless Music Center, a mecca for music in Noblesville and far beyond. The look and feel of this Central Indiana hotel is contemporary and sophisticated, […]

Fairfield Inn and Suites Hotel: Pretty and Plush

The Fairfield Inn and Suites Hotel is a vastly appealing hotel in Noblesville, Indiana is conveniently close to all the premier Indianapolis attractions, but far enough outside of the Circle City to lend an ambiance of chic countrified living, complete with the added tranquility of the suburbs. The Noblesville Fairfield Inn and Suites Hotel offers […]

Ashley Prange: LPGA Hopeful Catches Her “Big Break”

As far as sports go, Indiana is more known for its star basketball and football players than it is for professional golfers. However, there’s at least one links pro who resides in Noblesville, Indiana: Ashley Prange, reality show star, former LPGA professional, and no stranger to a fast green. Born in November of 1981 in […]

Bryan Clauson: USAC Prodigy from Noblesville

Joining the ranks of young athletes from Noblesville, Indiana is USAC race car driver Bryan Clauson, a 21 year old native Californian who now resides in the Indianapolis suburb of Noblesville. Actually, though he was born in California, Clauson’s heart is in Noblesville; he went to Noblesville High School and grew up in Central Indiana. […]

David Boudia: Budding Olympic Diver

One of the youngest famous Noblesville residents is David Boudia, a 21 year old Olympic diver originally from Texas. Despite his relatively young age, David Boudia has already made an impact in the international diving community as a member of the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team. Born in Abilene, Texas in 1989, Boudia completed most of […]

William Dudley Pelley: An American Fascist

One of the most famous residents of Noblesville, Indiana is one that locals would probably rather forget. William Dudley Pelley was an American fascist, a Christian extremist who believed the Jews were trying to “conquer the world,” the founder of a national Nazi-like political party during the Great Depression, and self proclaimed harbinger of the […]