Americas Best Value Inn
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- 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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... br> After bringing in the bags and spending about an hour looking for a lost wallet (Mark Jeffs), we had some lunch at a little diner and then headed up to Deadwood and Lead for a bit of a look. There were bikes everywhere. Someone said that they are expecting 1.3 million people to attend this 75th Anniversary rally. We are heading into Sturgis tomorrow, so will be a sight to see.
We came back to the house at about 4pm to meet up with Chris and ...
... video on the creation of the monument. While waiting for the evening program I commented on the southern accent behind me and we struck up a conversation with four young ladies. They were Cooperative Extension Ag Agents in the area for a conference and agricultural tour. We talked about our 4-H background for a bit. It was quite a coincidence.
With all this city stuff the only critters were a red squirrel in the campground that distracted Tex so much he ...
... sight, even though in parts it was covered in cloud. It's nice to tick another major landmark off my list. I even caught a blasted chippie for my mother, who is plagued by the little devils to this day. (but that's a story for another time...) Quite a few logs too. ;)
A quick hop onto Rapid City and to an irish Pub for dinner, which sold proper british style comfort food. Shepherds Pie was just what I ...
... Hills again and the sun even came out! So we cruised through Keystone, past Mount Rushmore and on to Hill City where we stopped for lunch. After sauntering down the main street of Hill City we rode our motorbike along the 1880 Steam Train route back to Keystone where we toured the Rushmore Borglum Museum. It gave us an even greater appreciation for Gutzon Borglum. Not only did he sculpt the Presidents on Mount Rushmore but he sculpted 175 pieces ...
... RV. A tank full of propane (lp gas), cable tv available and good internet service we hunkered down for the night.
Snow was falling as heavy as we had ever seen it. As the sun said goodbye over the western horizon we wondered what the morning would bring.
We awoke to not a winter wonderland but a spring wonderland. The snowcover was amazing. We found out later that this was the second heaviest snowfall ...