Comfort Inn I-90
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We finished our travel for day 3 by driving up the western part of Nebraska into South Dakota, having to travel through the Black Hills to our overnight stay in Rapid City, SD.
After driving more than 10 hours to get from home to Austin MN the day before, we drove another 8+ hours to get to Rapid City SD. About an hour and a half before you get to Rapid City on I-90 we turned off to see Badlands National Park. It was well worth the stop. Also for hundreds of miles you see signs for Wall Drug so of course we had to stop …
... in the old style and shop names like Miss Kitty. There was also a Calamity Lane in town. We had lunch at an establishment owned by Kevin Costner - The Midnight Star. It was full of memorabilia such as photos ad costumes from his movies. Great place and lovely food. Lovely winding streets and cute little houses. Then onto a very pretty little ...
It was nice getting up with comfortable temperatures. We headed to Mt Rushmore. I had not realized that it was over 5000 feet elevation. [seems like all the roads are steep up and down - more later].
The National Park Service did a great job making Mt Rushmore accessible to all, making a dramatic approach layout [ you can see the stone carvings as soon as you get out of the parking lot] looking down ...
... representing "Development of a Nation"; and Abraham Lincoln, representing "Preservation of a Nation".
Wall Drug, Wall, South Dakota. For years we had heard of Wall Drug, even seen bumper stickers in our travels with such sayings as "Where Is Wall Drug?". Well, we had our opportunity to visit the famous Wall Drug. On our travels through the Badlands we were viewing eye-catching billboards for Wall Drug at least ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
Rooms were old but in fairly good condition and clean. Great breakfast facilities. The old section does not have elevators and they had booked me on 2nd floor. Hotel reviews need to advise there is no elevators. The desk clerk was very helpful and courteous and reassigned us a room on the first floor.
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