Best Western Sturgis Inn
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Breakfast was in the local diner after a night in a motel you can only picture Norman Bates doing his psycho number.
Got to Fort Laramie at about 8,30am and had the walk around - very interesting and although we had been there before, there was lots to look at as usual. It was built in 1834 and originally known as Fort William, it was only …
Jamie--We left our Super 8 in Newton, Iowa at 3 am to take advantage of cooler temperatures. EbyRose got overheated the previous day, and we hoped to get farther with her by riding at cooler times of the day. Things went well at first, but at sometime around 8 in the morning EbyRose overheated once again in the middle of nowhere!! After waiting for …
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This is a great approAch to Mount Rushmore . . . You get little glimpses here and there to pique you interest.
Mount Rushmore is pretty amazing.
From there a very scenic drive through gold rush towns. Deadwood is there Wild Bill and Calamity Jane are buried. Sturgis is no big deal . . . But when the rally is on I bet it is surreal.
Rode out to Sundance, Wyoming for the ...
... the hotel and spent the rest of the time, condensing our packing, refuelling bikes and getting ready for an early start.
Technically, Sturgis bike week finishes to day but the vendors stay on for up to a fortnight.
Got a text from Jo & Goldie wanting to meet in a bar but the ride tomorrow will be lengthy so we begged off and will meet up with them in the same destination, tomorrow night.
... reserve. We also saw the new Indian Chiefs. Great riding, slow, but well worthy of the slow speed limits, tight roads, many riders and buses, did I mention bad riders? But, great road, great ride, many many turns, things to see and the Gypsy got her US Biker on and got her vest all blinded up with an eagle on the back and the Betty bop. Got to see a herd of Bison, some Big Horn Sheep, Deer and a whole lota bikes, more bikes and then there were ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Lovely hotel, well situated and within walking distance to the action of Sturgis. Very helpful staff. Love to stay here again
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