Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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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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... sat and watched, from the back, an awards ceremony in the amphitheatre for officers in the home guard being promoted. It was a really lovely thing to see and compare with the ceremonies that take place in England. After our first part of the day, we made our way to Custer state park. Along the way Craig told us about the 4 presidents carved into the rock face (in order... George Washington, Thomas ...
... and got way to close to the mother and baby. She was not pleased! A woman in a car next to us started to get out to yell at him to get away I think, but Ben got back in the car before she could say anything. Also, we drove by the prairie dog town, saw so many prairie dogs - so cute!
After the Badlands, we went to Wall Drug. It is a very interesting place! I asked the family what was the weirdest thing they saw at ...
... 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 ...
... and marveling at how beautiful the sunrise was.
The next day I moved from the Badlands to the Black Hills. Oh. You thought the story was over? Not. Quite. Yet. The beautiful Black Hills. Named for the way the Ponderosa Pine with its deep, dark green needles and its black and reddish bark shows up in such contrast to all the rolling fields of bright, verdant green. The hills truly look black, especially from a distance. I went to the Custer State Park Visitors ...
We drove around Badlands today, a national park just east of Rapid City. The geology is so incredible and its whole history leaves you thinking how long mankind has been on Earth in relation to the millions of years it has taken Badlands to form and subsequently erode. The scenery is quite breathtaking, the scale so vast and the rangers encourage you to walk around ...