Bilmar Inn & Suites

510 N. Hwy 77, Dell Rapids, South Dakota, 57022, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 510 N. Hwy 77, Dell Rapids, is near Dell Rapids Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Dell Rapids

Destination South Dakota

A travel blog entry by janellemoore on Jul 29, 2014

2 comments, 19 photos

... lambs, then work the land, settle down the day with a hearty supper with your family, go to church on Sunday, and maybe even enjoy some funnel cake at the local county fair. Mom, don't know if I ever mentioned this... I went cow-tipp'in once when I was a teenager. When the cow fell over, I felt so bad that I cried. I went over to make sure the cow was okay, but she wasn't having any part of it. I sure won't be ...

Badlands national park

A travel blog entry by nkirthi on Jul 04, 2014

26 photos

We woke up in the morning to the beautiful sight of bad lands around us. Srikanta had chai tea and I had my coffee. Felt really good to sit Ina beautiful place and enjoy our morning. Soon after we had eggs and bread for breakfast and started the day.

In the morning we packed up our tent and our first stop was the Ben Riefel visitor center. Tejas and ...

The baddest lands - the badlands to the palisades

A travel blog entry by eaz on Aug 09, 2013

15 photos

... and pulled off in Mitchell to ride the back roads like locals... We coasted down the 16 until we reached the almighty corn palace! They call it the Taj Mahal of corn country. Not because of its mogul heritage, but because it is grand and has existed since 1892! Every year they take two months and 300,000 ears of corn to build the palace over what otherwise is the gym of the Mitchell high school. Alex's got a t-shirt. It was an awesome slice of Americana on an ...

Yogi's Jellystone Campground

A travel blog entry by themccredies on Jun 29, 2013


... swimming I had the fun, adventurous task of doing laundry. It was exciting! We ate dinner at about 9 pm and NO that is NOT too late. We had hot dogs, water melon, and the deliciously gassy food called baked beans. For dessert, S'mores!

All in all, this was a fantastic day and it was much needed. We could have done without the tire issue BUT no complaints because we thoroughly enjoyed every where we went.

I bid you a goodnight! ...

Driving to Sioux Falls, SD

A travel blog entry by 10sandy on May 18, 2013

5 comments, 23 photos

... Oakland. One town had a population of 41! Freemont is a college town and quite cute. Most have the railroad as the main industry and big grain elevators. We also crossed the Platt River which is extremely low right about now. The fields are very dry and they must be praying for a little rain. Many large farms and lots of plowed fields - not as many animals this time - although we did see two ...