BEST WESTERN Empire Towers
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Today was strictly a travel day covering over 500 miles to make it all the way to South Dakota. With the need to put that many miles behind us most of my photos were "drive by shootings".
We traveled the remaining miles across Illinois passing many farms, the birthplace of Ronald Reagan (we did not stop to see it), and, of course, the Mighty Mississippi River. ...
... the Pacific from 1942-1945. When they scrapped "Old Nameless" in 1962, Sioux Falls couldn't get the whole battleship into landlocked South Dakota. So they salvaged what parts they could, poured a foot-high concrete outline onto the ground in Sherman Park along the banks of the Big Sioux River, and combined the pieces into a minimalist pseudo-replica.
The anchor, the ship's bell, a massive propeller, and other components are placed around the park ...
... valleys. It looked like we were in the foothills of a mountain range, yet there aren’t any in the area. So I had to find out why and learned that this part of Wisconsin and Eastern Minnesota are part of what is called the Driftless Area. The area is completely surrounded by glaciated territory. These areas were untouched by glaciers and preserves a large sample of what the northern and eastern United States was like ...
Longest flights ever, 1.5hrs Sioux Falls to Chicago 4hr stop over, then 4.5hrs Chicago to LA 2 hr stop over then 14hrs LA to Brisbane then 2 hr stop over, then 5 hrs Brisbane to Perth 34hrs flying an waiting! Baby moving an our ankles swelled although it was an amazing USA adventure an wouldn't change a ...
... a lot of time it is probably worth it. We decide to skip that and drive on around the mountain and from the back side to another turn out where you can see Washington up close. We drive a little further and then turn around, taking pictures of the area and mountain from different angles. It is a beautiful place. We are happy we got to see this national monument.
We start back down the mountain and realize that we have ...