Best Western Sturgis Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Sturgis Inn
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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Travel Blogs from Sturgis
... a wild scene. It was like something post apocalyptic, reminding me of Mad Max. Thanks to the rain, the place was a mud pit. I was glad to be wearing my boots. They had a zip line sailing across between two railroad trestle bridges, a burn out pit, a tattoo parlor, a bucking bull ride, a wrestling ring…you get the idea. It was a circus! I was crushed to discover that the night before we went, tech n9ne performed and I missed ...
Afterwards we headed to Deadwood...a neat little spot to see what is left of the history of this gold rush town. Visited the location of Saloon #10, where Wild Bill Hickok was killed, as well as, the current location of said bar, where his 'death chair' is currently located.
A mile farther down the line brought us to the town of Lead and its famous mine...err...big hole in the ground and it's long history of ...
Sheila and I had been to Mount Rushmore several times. So, we saved the admission charge and traveled around the mountain in search for good president shots and wildlife. we also stopped in Keystone and walked around the shops.
Tomorrow we head to Cody Wyoming.
Chuck and Sheila Noel
... found a place with a pool. I have given up on the visa extension and have the Flights and Freight all booked now. We will be back home in August. Can't believe we have ...
... Sioux City but I new the old girl was going down hill fast. So we cant get her looked at till the morning and we had to limp into the closest KOA. I do not like KOA's there are tons of children and of course we got crammed in next to the pavilion and the pool. I had a good cry today and talked to my mom. Her advice to me, "maybe you should start calling her Miss Marybell and treating her with the respect a lady deserves!." I had a good laugh...we ...