AmericInn Hotel & Suites Sioux Falls
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Sioux Falls
... Today was mostly driving to get here from Des Moines and it felt like it took the whole day driving through Iowa. The campground we are at tonight is very nice - shaded wooded spots nicely spaced out; some hiking and biking trails, and clean bathrooms which I always appreciate :-). Another quiet night by the campfire and early to bed to rest up for our drive ...
... the written test didn't involve the instructor yelling "use a ruler" in his ear. I found a article titled "20 steps to a perfect log", he was pretty excited for me to read it to him in detail. Thus far every weight station has been closed and we are too intimidated to use the designated Truck/RV section of the truck stop, so aside from the log everything else has been pretty close to a normal road-trip. I spent the day ...
Sioux Falls turned out to be a very pleasant surprise. Our campground was off the Interstate in what we would consider an older area of the city. We pulled into the RV park and to our left side was a whole quonset hut looking building ... painted light yellow ... that turned out to be part of the office. Ahead to the left were a few RV parked on grass; ahead to the right were "older" manufactured homes. Our motto is "Well we're here now, let's check it out."
... folks from around the world. I spent an wonderful evening talking and laughing with him and his other couchsurfers. Manon and Mathias, a pair of cousins from Paris, were touring the Dakotas, Wyoming, and Montana. They wanted to see the parts of the U.S. where the tourists didn't go, working on various organic farms along the way. Nice folks and a nice evening.
After a late night, I was up early again and on the road for Rio.
... building. We dined first, with Todd ordering open-faced turkey, gravy, and mashed potatoes. I was more adventurous and chose the 100% buffalo burger. It was very lean, but I really could not tell much difference in taste. After "lupper" we purchased a few groceries of soft drinks, bottled waters, fruit, and
sandwich needs, just in case there is a need for "car picnic lunches." Yes, Al really did have just about ...