Americas Best Value Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- 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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... Powder River Pass. The road kept going up, up and up, and poor Isabella was struggling mightily. There was simply no break in the level of incline, no leveling off, or any type of break. I did stop once at a pullout just to give Isabella a break, but I am not sure if it helped any or not. I had her in 2nd gear, and she was struggling along around 20-25 mph, I had the heat on, and she was pushing past the third little marker on my heat gauge. It is ...
... 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 ...
Drove the 240 miles in 4.5 hours to Rapid City, checked in and drove another 80 miles to Mt Rushmore and the Crazy Horse monument in 4 hours with frequent stops.
The great plains are aptly named as we started heading south from Dickinson their was grassland as far as the eye could see, without a tree in sight. The free range cattle men in the 1800's must have wet themselves with joy at discovering these lands.
Unfortunately for us ...
... The choices were limited so we headed north on Vanocker Road and ended up at the other end of Sturgis. We stopped for fuel and a nice dinner at Caddy's Bar and Grill before taking the on ramp to I90 East which would lead us back to Rapid. We arrived home by 7:00 pm, tired but happy. **We later found out on the news that it was a fatal motorcycle accident where the motorcycle sideswiped a honda car. The 48 year old biker was not wearing a ...
We left Sylvan Lake campsite and drove to the southern part of the park to the blue bell campground at the base of Mt Coolidge. An 18 mile loop road through the park called the wildlife loop was our next adventure. We saw several hundred buffallo including many newborn calves grazing and drinking water. AS we stopped to view a few buffalo near us, we heard a rumble and noticed ...