Howard Johnson Inn Spearfish
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Travel Blogs from Spearfish
... particular table and area cordoned off depicting the murder scene for display, but they didn't.
The next stop was Sturgis to see the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame, which showcases nearly 100 unique and historic motorcycles that date back to 1905. Those ...
... at Buffalo Chip, which started at 4:30pm. So we quickly got ourselves refreshed and then back onto the bus to Buffalo Chip to see the hill climb and shoot machine guns. As no-one we asked really knew anything about it we ended up getting off at the saloon stop when we should have stayed on til the next stop. It was still quite a walk so we figured we'd check out the saloon. Although there was some sort of girls roller skating game going on the rest of the saloon was ...
... place were glowing, but I was not impressed. We chose an hour long trail ride since it would be Kaeleigh's first time riding a horse alone (besides pony rides and me leading her around on our horse). The ride was up and up and up, which is not fun on horseback, through some woods. Then we came to a beautiful vista, which would have been a great picture taking spot if someone, BILL, would have remembered the camera. And then it was down, down, down, again not real fun ...
... camped in Sundance, and yes, the Sundance Kid did get his name here. The town lies at the foot of the Sundance Mountain in the Black Hills of Wyoming where the Indians held their sacred Sun Dance Ceremonies.
There are only six of us camped here. It is very quiet and we have enjoyed the afternoon sitting in the sunshine. Cliff is birdwatching again. He has seen a bluebird, but it refuses to sit still long enough for a photo.
... the Badlands in South Dakota for camping. Camping? I know, we expected to end up sleeping in the car because the tent had blown off to North Dakota. We went on a “Prairie Trail” with a ranger. This involved wandering through some mud and grass for half an hour with bored children and their put upon parents while a geologist in a daft hat thumbed through a book about plants. We watched turkey vultures and deer while he complained about Canadian ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting