AmericInn Lodge & Suites Mitchell
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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The Corn Palace is a multi-purpose activities hall that is completely decorated with corn. Each year, the community comes together to come up with the design of the murals, then creates them using 300,000 ears of corn that have been specially grown for the Palace.
And this has been going on annually since 1892.
I guess you could say it was kind of ...
... 600 miles yet...at least 200 miles of it was through corn fields. As far as the eye could see...CORN CORN and more corn...and the occasional billboard expousing the use and wisdom of ethenol. I kept thinking of all the food that could be grown there instead and no one would be starving... After many conversations with Steve today he got me an official motel room. WOW...what a concept...a BATH...finished my book. A great biography of Robert Redford, whom I had ...
... Dealing with her reminds me of the computer game the Sims.... She even talks like a Sim character in mumbles that resemble words. I've figured out some of them: "Um." = food (maybe); "Baba." = bottle; "Didi." = unrelated person. As usual she's clinging onto Jessica. Andrew is easier to read and 1000% more experienced, usually a cool cat. But he also needs to release yayas from time to time. He spends driving time watching DVDs or drawing or just looking out the window. ...
We took a quick break to see the world famous Corn Palace in Mitchell, SD. The outside is decorated in a new pattern each year, and it is entirely made up of harvest material, like corn and hay. The side of the building was in the process of being covered. We learned that the building is on the National Register of Historic buildings and has been decorated in this way since 1892. It was ...
... paths were slippery. We were rewarded with magnificent views. I felt like a bird looking down at the washes and chutes and distant towns. A nice little tallgrass prairie remnant sits on top of these bluffs, but I had enough bug bites for now. As we headed into the flatter cereal farms of southern Minnesota, the rain came back now and then. Locals I overheard were complaining that the rain never seemed to stop. Now was time for driving, driving, driving. We ...