AmericInn Lodge & Suites Aberdeen _ Event Center

Address: 301 Centennial Street, Aberdeen, South Dakota, 57401, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 301 Centennial Street, Aberdeen, is near Storybook Land.
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          Out of Sturgis

          A travel blog entry by theoneride on Aug 09, 2015

          43 photos

          Well folks, I'm back on the road again. Leaving Sturgis was different a day after Rally ends. The streets were deserted and all the parking barriers that were there the night before were gone. I have a video riding out of town at the end of this post. I headed east and saw that there was weather ahead. When I stopped for gas north of Bear Butte, it was cool enough that I put my rain gear on. I should have put on the full Monte but didn't so ...

          Day 4: Aberdeen, South Dakota

          A travel blog entry by brydebsimon on Jul 23, 2015

          1 comment, 2 photos

          Up early and on our way, we meandered around and between what seemed to be all 10,000+ lakes in Minnesota. Crossing briefly into North Dakota, a state none of us had yet visited, we arrived in Aberdeen, SD this evening at 6 PM. Tonight Mother Nature gave us her own version of a light show ...

          Happy Birthday Uncle Sam

          A travel blog entry by michael1709 on Jul 03, 2015

          1 comment, 8 photos

          Morning dawned bright as the sun bounced off the lake. The grass lush and green and the lake deep blue. One of our first tasks were to launch the flotilla of boats David had now acquired; a powerful inboard ski boat capable of taking 6 people in comfort and two recently acquired jet skis. ( I later learnt that David had been appointed an Admiral in the Nebraskan Navy by the State Governor for services to the community.) I threatened that we would sail the jet ...

          In the heartland

          A travel blog entry by michael1709 on Jul 01, 2015

          1 comment, 4 photos

          ... River at the "famous" Yankton Bridge. Leaving Nebraska behind we continued north , always north into South Dakota. The land flattened but with quite a bit of water around, the farming became more mixed, with cattle , wheat , soya bean appearing. Looking out we saw dark clouds, and briefly the possibility of a tornado was discussed. " we need to keep an eye on that " says David. Well my eyes were glued to it ! No tornado but a smart thunderstorm , ...

          Escape from Sioux Falls (second time)

          A travel blog entry by knightc on Jul 31, 2013

          6 photos

          ... we left town with no clear destination in mind. The scenery was more corn fields, soybean fields and pro-life billboards. We stopped in a small town along the way to get the essentials (bread and milk). The town was called Arlington and was little more than a couple of streets. They had a beautiful memorial to the military though.

          Our campground guide had a listing for a place in Huron SD. We followed the directions and ended ...