Budget Host Hills Inn

640 South Sixth Street, Hot Springs, South Dakota, 57747, United States | 1 star hotel
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Hot Springs

A travel blog entry by lauravanwaas


The first of three long days of driving awaited us today, so we were up and out of the hotel early (for us). We went north, with the high Rocky mountains on our left and the endless, flat plains on our right. The wind was up again, sending thorny tumbleweeds rolling across the road in front and behind us. Soon even the Rockies vanished and we were …

Windy, Windy, Windy

A travel blog entry by irwinbraun2013

We left Mt. Rushmore and headed south to Hot Springs, South Dakota. Chuck had been here as a kid - oh about 45 years ago. We spent several hours at the "Evans Plunge" which is naturally fed spring pool that dates back to 1890. It was fantastic. The water was only about 87 degrees, but crystal clear. The pool is totally fed by the springs which refreshes about 16 times a day. The hot tub was nice too, but the pool was the best.


Day 36/37- Billings and Black Hills

A travel blog entry by blakekelsey


... by the natives Americans years ago.
As they looked out across the horizon, all they saw were buffalo scattered
throughout the plains, which looked like black hills from a distance.

The Black Hills had become an enormous tourist area since
Mt. Rushmore and Crazy Horse were carved in the cliff sides. It almost resembled the Wisconsin Dells in a
way, mini golf, go carts, reptile museums, restaurants, etc. We ...

Twisty, turney byways

A travel blog entry by wheelerlj


... calcite fins from which the surrounding rock has dissolved - and other less-rare but still fascinating forms, crystals and so on, but for us, the huge number of alternate (and unimproved) routes thru the depths of the earth was striking; more and more of them as we went deeper. Fortunately, there's an elevator from the low point of our tour - 200 feet below the surface.

Then, off for ...

Big drive - well done by all.

A travel blog entry by h.o.t.


... This took us a couple of hours and it turned out to be another little University Town, which appeared to exist and thrive by being around the University of Wyoming. It took us a couple of wrong turns and a little bit of exploring before we found a great little cafe for breakfast. We all had a good feed, visited the bathroom and then loaded up into Odie in order to hit the road towards South Dakota once more. The only detour on today's trip was when we headed 10 miles east ...

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This 1 star hotel, located on 640 South Sixth Street, Hot Springs, is near Mammoth Site of Hot Springs, Evans Plunge, George S. Mickelson State Trail, and Red Rock River Resort.
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