Moore's Rooms

113 Third Street, Newell, South Dakota, 57760, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 113 Third Street, Newell, is near Newell Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Newell

Sturgis to Mount Rushmore/Crazy Horse

A travel blog entry by siouxzq on Aug 07, 2014

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Left Sturgis early to get to Mount Rushmore before all the tourists. It's a beautiful morning and we arrive around 8:30am. Wow, it's really amazing. When you watch the information film and understand the amount of preparation, planning and work involved in this monument you come to appreciate it more. It took 17 years from start to finish. Just amazing. We left there and headed to the Crazy Horse monument, still currently a work in progress ...

Tuesday, 5 Aug

A travel blog entry by mkasarda on Aug 05, 2014

... humans a long time ago. Traffic jam as people stopped and then there were donkeys everywhere. No pictures, too dangerous with all the tourists. Wanted to ride to Montana but the road went from Great concrete to gravel with no warning. Was to tired to deal with miles of gravel so turned around and went for lunch in Custer, SD. Which by the way, was the site of where the first gold was discovered in the black hills. After spending 3 hours in the ...


A travel blog entry by siouxzq on Aug 05, 2014

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Well, after a big night we got up about Went to the local High School who we're putting on an 'all you can eat' breakfast. Then we spent the next 5 hours walking down the Main Street. There was sooooo much to see. Bikes, amazing camper vans, clothes, which we bought quite a bit of, just stuff and people everywhere. The weather was perfect, until about 4pm, ...

Night 5: Dry and Wet in the Black Hills

A travel blog entry by splencner on Jun 27, 2014

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... NP Andrew: ? Scott : Was it the fact that toilet paper is used by paleontologists? Andrew: That's not cool but it's a fact. We drove the scenic road to Wall one last time through the yellowish grass and spires of melting siltstone. There are three phases to the scenery of the road. Pointy and craggily in the east followed by a high, flat prairie plateau , followed by sandstone walls of varying height and color. Wildlife increases to the west and ...

Sturgis, Deadwood

A travel blog entry by theprocters on Aug 08, 2013

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... Palace. You could take a trolley tour of the town for a $1.00. The weather was a sunny 77 degrees. Once on the road again we passed some interesting campgrounds I.e. Hindenburg near a creek, Whisler Gulch and Trout Haven Campground. South of Deadwood we exited on Hwy 385 and soon came upon Steel Wheel Trading Post in the Steel Horse Plaza - more vendors selling their wares under tent canopies. As we came into Hill City we noticed the 1880 Train where ...