Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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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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We woke up and grabbed breakfast and then headed to the Jewel Cave National Monument. When we got there we were told that there was a 2 hour wait until the next open tour so we decided to go on a hike through Hells Canyon. It was a 3.5 mile hike that led to Jewel Cave and we were lucky enough to see the original entrance to the caves. The tour was a 1.5 hour scenic tour with lots ...
This morning is a gloomy cool day but I'm determined to get my lap swim in at 8:00 am. So after I don my bathing suit and do the mandatory pre-swim shower, I walk over to the pool, only to be told that I cannot swim. "And why is that?" I ask. Well, the air temperature is only 57 degrees F and no one is allowed in the pool until the air is a balmy 60 degrees F. This was a new rule to ...
... treatment of the Indians was not good'. We were told by the guide not to walk in the grass as there were rattle snakes - I certainly never stepped off a path.
Into Wyoming - Cheyenne is the capital, and into the Big Horn basin - real prairie country a lot of which reminded me of home. Went through ...
... statue of man with a bird on his head to encourage humans and animals to live well together.
After leaving Mitchell our next stop was the Badlands National Park. We have driven through the Badlands on two other occasions. The scenery did not disappoint and we snapped many a photo of the rugged landscape and of the cute little prairie dogs living in the ...
... real-life stuff (with the comforts of electricity and wi-fi being at our leisure). We milked the 11 am check out time to the last minute, then headed to the St. Louis Arch. What we (OK, Ronnie) thought would be a 1 hour excursion ended up closer to 3, but it was worth it. Seriously everybody, you’ve got to go visit the Arch in your lifetime….it is special.
In the waiting line, we got to hang out with a bunch of ...