Rodeway Inn & Suites Spearfish
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Travel Blogs from Spearfish
The drive from Custer through Hill City, Deadwood and Sturgis to Spearfish via
SD385 was very scenic.
Leaving the Black Hills of dark granite/iron rock cliffs,
we rolled through Hill City and on into Deadwood nestled in a steep valley.
Deadwood is a classic late 1800’s gold mining town that has several casinos
keeping the tourists coming and the town bustling. The mountains became rolling
... 8211; you’ll understand why we were surprised). In we whipped; grabbed two beers that had been chilling in our backpack and sipped them in the shade and chatted about the great ride we just had. More miles ahead...... til then, Cheers – GG
Was great to have a sleep in till about 07.30 and have an easy morning before setting off around 10am. Bikes everywhere as you will see from Glens video ...
... our way back to a town (yeah, I don't remember which one) by taking the Spearfish Canyon Scenic Highway and stopped at some waterfalls along the way. Once in town, we panned for some gold and then, because we didn't learn our lesson from the day before, headed into a cave again. Only this one was an old gold mining cave, was a much shorter tour, and the tour guide was more friendly. Although really, just a smile would have made her more friendly than the previous one.
... the bar he was shot in exists today, as does the place next door in which he ate his last meal AND the chair he was sitting in when he died ]
Sure, it's a touch grim, but it's pretty fascinating stuff. We stopped into a bar called The Nugget [ because The Saloon 10, Wild Bill's last watering hole, was shut for the season, as was damn ...
Well, Martins really told you most of today - the main thing wasgetting further East so we could regain our schedule. With the forecast of the weather turning sour on us, we need to make sure we have some time in hand in case we encounter problems with snow. And of course, the sooner we get East, the less likely we are to have any problems if the weather does turn bad. So far its been OK, and everypone tells us that if it ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking