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

... in the rain, things worked out. Got to see Alice Cooper and Mötley Crüe tonight. Both were excellent performances considering they have been doing this since I was in school. No ready power sucks. One phone died, battery backup was worthless, hadn't charged in days. All the outside stuff is wet, will have to pull it out in a couple of days to dry it all out. Maybe lunch at a rest area in Canada. I hope they let me across the border ...


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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... sheep, prairie dogs, mule deer, and coyotes. In Wall we stopped for a big lunch and then continued through the hills and grass west of Wall. About an hour later the faint line on the horizon becomes the dark hulking Black Hills. At the foot of the hills is the prairie gateway Rapid City. Usually we bypass the city, but since we had time we went into the heart of the city and found Skyline Road which runs up a spine in the middle of the city. Hundreds of feet ...

Sturgis, Deadwood

A travel blog entry by theprocters on Aug 08, 2013

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... take rides to Keystone. It has a steam locomotive and is the oldest continuously operating tourist train. The narrative ride is about an hour either way. Wish we had taken the opportunity to do this but it's tough to fit everything in the time allowed for our stay here. We retraced our journey back to Crazy Horse Memorial to revisit Boyd's Antiques where Murray picked up a couple of wagon wheels for our cactus garden. Then back to the Lazy J for a much needed ...