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Metro Indiana Sweet Grass Restaurant is one of 114 independent eateries in Bloomington. Courtesy Bloomington CVB CUISINE, ART AND ARCHITECTURE ENERGIZE ITS CITIES BY BRIAN JEWELL I f you want to discover the individual personalities of Indiana's communities, you have to go downtown. No matter where groups travel, visiting city centers provides them with an incomparable sense of what a destination is all about. On a tour of cities and towns throughout the Hoosier State, groups that take the time to explore downtown districts 40 BANK TRAVEL M A N A G E M E N T will discover cuisine, history, architecture and cultural institutions that are the pride of local residents. In Indiana, downtown Indianapolis leads the way with a variety of attractions and a surge of new developments. Bloomington's downtown food and wine scene is booming, and the town of Columbus boasts a central district with a wealth of outstanding architec- ture. Visits to the twin downtowns of Lafayette and West Lafayette provide opportunities for shopping and art appreciation. And in northern Indiana, downtown South Bend blends Notre Dame school spirit with a notable automobile history. IND IANAP OLI S Tere's always something new going on in S E P T E M B E R / O C T O B E R 2 0 1 3

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