Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
TravelPod Member ReviewsAmericas Best Value Inn Rapid City
Although only a two star according to Booking.com this is as good as any three star we have stayed in on our trip and worlds above the Sheridan Americas Best Value. Conveniently located, very clean and great facilities.
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... 7/10 Day 19 Our second full day here in Hill City. We decided to go into Rapid City today and take care of some personal hygiene items. Peg needed here nails filled and I needed a haircut. We both wanted these in a larger city. During our 2010 trip we ended up trying to take care of this stuff in West Yellowstone where there was one 'beauty salon' that did Peg’s nails and since their last barber had left a year ago she did my haircut also. Not a real ...
... instead of getting back into the car that we would sit inside McDonalds and rest for a while and take a breather from the car.
About 20-30minutes later we are back on the road and driving 587km’s along one straight road until hitting Mt Rushmore. It was a long-winded and straight drive, but we made it to Rapid City around 7pm and head straight to a campground. We found KOA which offers showers, toilets, WIFI, plug ins, a pool, breakfast and more so ...
... as well. Nothing there. The only other place in town was a few miles east and, fortunately, they had ONE vehicle, a minivan. We took it.
The drive to Rapid City seemed to go on forever (granted, it was a little more than an hour's drive) - in part because the mixed feelings due to having to send my mother on her way and also due to fairly heavy rainfall as we drove through Custer State Park area.
... portrait, and the warrior’s name and short biography. It is a brilliant piece of work—both the book and the portraits.
We continue to make our way through the museum. So much to learn, never enough time to learn it. However, one fact we learn surprises us. According to one of the displays, “American Indian tribal members serve in the armed forces in greater numbers per capita than any other ethnic ...
... persons who have ever served are invited onto the stage (must have 60 of them) and then flag is lowered and foiled. A very worthwhile optional tour - we are doing all 6 optional tours which is making us so busy, but we will only be here once and may as well see and experience it all. John is sleeping again while I am tapping away.