Best Western Plains Motel
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The hotel harkens back the a high end late 1960s type accommodation with some upgrades, where all the doors of each room face the parking area. The walls were a little thin and with the foot traffic constant past our door and was a little noisy. The room fan worked great, however, which helped provide that white noise to help drown out the noise. The service was great, the room was small but clean and the king size bed was comfortable. The wifi was fast and had no problems. I loved the soft natural water which is typical for this area. They had a breakfast available with an adequate sized seating area, but mostly all high carb,so didn't take advantage of breakfast except for the coffee, which was pretty good. The price was a little high compared to other Best Westerns we've stayed in, but you know what they say . . . location, location. I would recommend this hotel to others.
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Today, we drove the scenic Badlands Loop Road, which, despite its name, is not a loop at all, but a point A to B road. In our case, point A being the hamlet Interior on the one end of the park, and point B being the village of Wall on the other end. Of course, the entire road we were surrounded by bikers. At one point Lulu shot some videos from …
Another perfect day for travel with a few clouds and temperatures ranging from 64 up to 70. Driving through the Badlands National Park was a unique experience. The vistas were fantastic throughout the whole drive.
We made a wrong turn at the end of the drive, which worked out great because we ran across a little museum called "Prairie …
... Authorized as Badlands National Monument on March 4, 1929, it was not established until January 25, 1939. It was re-designated a national park on November 10, 1978.
Under the Mission 66 plan, the Ben Reifel Visitor Center was constructed for the monument in 1957–58. The park also administers the nearby Minuteman Missile National Historic ...
... A quick trip to the grocery store ended our "big city" day and we headed back to the campsite for baby back ribs over the camp fire! We had such a cute camp site neighbor - they had a Shasta camper that had white wall tires and was painted half pale yellow and half turquoise - it was precious! Another fantastic night in the camper, a nice hot shower in the morning and now we are on our way to Yosemite and the Tetons!! ...
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