BEST WESTERN PLUS Ramkota Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PLUS Ramkota Hotel Sioux Falls
Very comfortable hotel; great bar and menu was delicious in the restaurant. Had a great pool but we were too exhausted to go near it. Safe parking for our bikes.
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... could only take pictures of the outside.
Our route then lead us into Minnesota where there were more farms, more corn, more soybeans and many wind farms. The landscape was heavily dotted with modern windmills.
Around dinner time we crossed into South Dakota and settled in a campground at Sioux Falls.
Tomorrow we see the sights along South Dakota's ...
... I think Snapchat aids her skill).
As we entered Minnesota, we crossed the Mississippi River with all oxen still in good health. Minnesota didn't prove to be too vibrant aside from the thousands of windmills that we saw but we found a good local restaurant and pub named the Green Mill Pub in Albert Lea, MN that served some great eats. Jaclyn was basically looking forward to desert during the entire meal (surprising, I ...
... not driving through that! She understands and gives us directions on how to get to one point in the park where we can get a good view of the Badlands. She tells us we could also drive around to Interior, SD (like the Hells Angels did, she tell us) and come in from the other side of the park and see more of the Badlands. We decide to go to the first view point, but not to drive to Interior because of the amount of time it ...
... she had a bit of attitude while asking for our order. We hadn't even seen the menu! We asked to see the menu which seemed to irritate her. She brought our floats and basically threw down out spoons. I had to check my temper, being in front of family, and just gave her a look like, "Are you serious?!" She walked away as we sat there in disbelief over the service. Who does that?! I sure hope she enjoyed spending the penny we left ...
... to be extensive, it turned out to be
somewhat of a blessing that the bike broke again. The shop replaced the
oil pump once again and the
Harley Co.. honored the warranty on the
original oil pump that was installed in Oregon. That saved us close to
400 dollars. The shop in Winona, Minn. was able to get the shop in
Oregon to cover around 800 dollars in parts and labor, the shops seem to
work well together.
When the Winona ...