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  • Deaf Mute
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    The Comfort Suites by the fairgrounds is charging like it was a Hampton Inn... Have stayed at the Best Inn on Dixie Way many times.. but have upgrated to the Microtel this year.
    222 Dixie Way South, South Bend, 574-273-4300.

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  • 41 Frank
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    May 5th-5th and 7th
    Originally posted by JBOYLE View Post
    When is it in May?
    I think in be in SB around the 19th (+ -) on my first trip to the Museum.

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  • JBOYLE
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    When is it in May?
    I think in be in SB around the 19th (+ -) on my first trip to the Museum.

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  • studebaker-R2-4-me
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    Originally posted by Mr Speed 53 View Post
    Barnabys close to downtown. Look for my White 63 Avanti,Black primered 61 wagon and a Red 64 Daytona Hardtop. Last year we had aprox 20+ Stude fans there. After that the tailgating started at the Comfort Suites south. Ed
    I can say only one thing about Ed and his tailgating.... HE KNOWS HOW TO DO IT RIGHT! See ya there!

    Allen

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  • Welcome
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    Originally posted by fstst56 View Post
    I quit staying in South Bend years ago.<<<>>> You have to remember that it's also Prom season and I got tired of the kids running up and down the halls "all" night long. I have reservations at The Essenhaus Inn in Middlebury.<<<
    Understand what you’re saying. BUT …the facilities, the people and even the attitudes have all changed in SOUTH BEND since then!!!

    There are more things to see & do in SOUTH BEND this May than ever before!!!

    And here are some of them:


    …attend the SDC Michiana Chapter’s 30th Indoor & Outdoor Swap Meet at the Fairgrounds

    …be a part of history and be there for Studebaker International’s 1st Annual "CRUISE-IN." What a perfect mix; Studebakers, pizza, music & South Bend’s famous "Bonnie Doon" ice cream ...all right there at the Studebaker Aviation Plant

    …visit the Studebaker National Museum and see all those new exhibits

    …tour around the Studebaker Proving Grounds with your Studebaker

    ….gaze in wonderment as you tour Studebaker International – South Bend’s "World’s Largest Inventory of Studebaker Parts…but of course, there are interesting things to do & see in Amish-land too.
    Last edited by Welcome; 04-24-2011, 05:49 AM.

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  • bob40
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    I stay at the north Comfort Suites near Grape.I vend so I can cover the added costs by taking home a bit less but the peace and quiet(and security) are worth it to me.After a day full of talking Studebakers and visiting with friends I like getting away from the fairgrounds.Most everyone passes past a stationary vendor and I enjoy hearing about the hotel parking lot bull sessions but I need my ugly sleep

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  • Mr Speed 53
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    Barnabys close to downtown. Look for my White 63 Avanti,Black primered 61 wagon and a Red 64 Daytona Hardtop. Last year we had aprox 20+ Stude fans there. After that the tailgating started at the Comfort Suites south. Ed

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  • Welcome
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    Originally posted by Mr Speed 53 View Post
    >>>Also planning a Barnabys Pizza visit on thurs nigth like last year. Ed
    Just to make sure we're all on the same page;

    ...there are TWO "BARNABY'S PIZZA" ...one near downtown on Jefferson St. and the other out near the mall on Grape Rd.

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  • Mr Speed 53
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    We will be at the south one near the fairgrounds.Also planning a Barnabys Pizza visit on thurs nigth like last year. Ed

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  • Welcome
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    Originally posted by Mr Speed 53 View Post
    My group is going to stay at the Comfort Suites again this year.<<<
    Just to make sure we're all on the same page;

    ...there are TWO "COMFORT SUITES" located on U.S. 31 in South Bend. There is the one NORTH of town among a dozen or so other hotels/motels and then there is the newest one SOUTH of town ...near the Fairgrounds.

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  • Mr Speed 53
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    My group is going to stay at the Comfort Suites again this year. Last year was our first breaking a long tradition of staying at the old Holidome. It started to rain so the tailgating was moved into the lobby and went late into the night with no complaints. I have an extra room reserved if anyone needs it,my son cant make it this year. Ed

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  • Chris_Dresbach
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    South Bend is loaded with hotels. Everybody is bound to find a place to stay.

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  • Studedude
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    Originally posted by ST2DE5 View Post
    No Dave is going to be early. I sent him a e-mail hope he gets it before he leaves.
    Got it, Carl. Got my information here:

    http://www.studebakerdriversclub.com...uthCentral.asp

    Should have noticed the dates were one day off, anyway. <G>

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  • fstst56
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    I quit staying in South Bend years ago.
    You have to remember that it's also Prom season and I got tired of the kids running up and down the halls "all" night long.
    I have reservations at The Essenhaus Inn in Middlebury. www.essenhaus.com
    I've also stayed in Shipshewana at The Farmstead Inn. www.farmsteadinn.com
    This is about 30 minutes East on Route 20 and is in Amish country. Very easy to get to the fairgrounds from.
    If you're bringing the little lady along she will love it, plus great Amish food !

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  • Carl Purdy
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    No Dave is going to be early. I sent him a e-mail hope he gets it before he leaves.

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