Sweetgrass Inn Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... loop route through the Badlands and back onto the interstate. We arrived in Rapid City at 3.30pm, after having gained an hour in our travels today.
We checked into the Best Western for 2 nights and then headed off to downtown to have a look around before heading to the Firemans Brewery for a drink and early dinner. I had a beautiful Cobb Salad and for the first time this whole trip, did not feel ...
... and cooked up a wonderful dinner for everyone - you just do your best when these things happen. Our company: Seth and Jesse, Janet, Ben, Mom, Joyce, Kirk, Julie and girls, Dee, Grace and Owen, Andrea, Olivia as well as Dee's twin sister Jessica and their dear friend Katie ...
... Hotel. The place is an institutions, where past US presidents stayed.
The Art Alley right next to it, grabbed me. It was pretty much a lane dedicated for street artists. Although the street art is not as sophisticated as the ones I was exposed to in Melbourne and parts of Europe and Central-South America, it nonetheless an indicator of counter-culture being given space in Rapid City. ...
... did not tour the cave. Add it to the list I’m making of stuff we didn’t get to see on this trip, but that we should have. Wind Cave was regarded as sacred by American Indians, but then found by settlers in 1881. The park was formed in order to protect the cave, but the surrounding prairies have endless wildlife. I tried to capture a photo of the largest owl I’ve ever seen in real life, but failed. Each evening the coyotes would yip ...
... back into Iowa. It's the Twilight Zone out there, no sign welcoming or sending you on your way out of states. Eventually we rolled into South Dakota, known only by a google search of the town. The lands begin to show pregnant swells as hills push up the landscape; higher up rest grassy buttes and puffed clouds. The coloring took a drastic step: from the sepia tones of mud and last year's cornfields, to every shade of green someone not into interior design could count. It ...