Comfort Inn I-90
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn I-90 Rapid City
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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Sheila and I had been to Mount Rushmore several times. So, we saved the admission charge and traveled around the mountain in search for good president shots and wildlife. we also stopped in Keystone and walked around the shops.
Tomorrow we head to Cody Wyoming.
Chuck and Sheila Noel
... road again and I just can’t keep my eyes open and Aaron is buzzing off coffee so I try to take a nap. I wake up about 20minutes later and I can’t figure out whether I actually fell asleep, but at least I shut my eyes for a while. We manage to go a few more hours before we have to stop for another caffeine hit at McDonalds. I can’t drink any more coffee and I’m coffee-d out (never thought I’d say that) so I get a coke and Aaron gets a coffee. ...
My mother had originally hoped we could take her to the Rapid City airport on the motorcycle, but as my father and I were returning from Hot Springs we noticed the sky getting very dark. We knew of two car rental places listed online for the Custer area so we thought we would look into getting a car.
The closest location to our hotel was the county airport, which we found to be void of rental cars ...
... 18 m) tall. They can all fit, with room to spare, on the head of Crazy Horse.
Yep, on that note, we’re both in information overload. It’s getting darker outside and we’re ready to call it a day. We make our way back to the camper for the evening. What a day! Four presidents, a park, and an Indian all in one day! We’re here for one more day, so back to Rushmore since we’ve not been in that museum yet. Good night!
... beautiful, but very desolate area, as indicated by "No Service" on my cell phone. I had never been so incredibly relieved to see a summit before. This was only the very first part of the journey, and I still had to meet up with I-90 to cross through the rest of Wyoming into Western South Dakota. Since this part of the journey had taken a lot more time than expected, I got to Rapid City much later than expected, but at least Isabella and I made it ...