Clarion Inn & Convention Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- Room service
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5.30am was the time that our lovely tour guide set the wake-up call this morning. I had an hour to eat my leftover Subway and pack up, before we left on the bus at 6.30am. Since Jess left the tour, it meant that I got 2 seats all to myself on the bus. More room to stretch, and more room for all my stuff :).
Our first stop today was the Crazy …
... Angel. Today while we were on our way to Mount Rushmore we stopped off and had lunch at Wall Drug, South Dakota. Jacob described it best when he called it a "hillbilly Mackinaw." Aside from the small town feel there was no real theme to the world famous location. I wasn’t sure what to expect but as we passed fifty faded billboards offering free water, I assumed that their marketing team wasn’t familiar with TripAdvisor. We bought our first Christmas ...
... sent an overwhelming force to retaliate, and Sitting Bull fled with his people into Canada. Their traditional lands, allotted reservation and herds of buffalo were all confiscated, and settlers grabbed the gold from their hills.
Whilst having our lunch, we spent a short time listening to the history and climbing the last stand hill to see the graves.
Then a few more hours driving, with a stop in Sheridan to stock on groceries for the next few days in parks, ...
You know the crazy bus sized RV that Robert De Niro drives in Meet the Fockers? Apparently those things actually exist! And they are all on the roads of South Dakota. Each house on wheels is also usually towing a car or jeep, motorcycles, quads and bicycles.
Most of these toys by the way look shiny and brand new as if they have never been used before. Given that we have ...
... but calmed down when he got to shoot the rifles. He said he was more comfortable with the rifles.
I had a go at a hand gun and a rifle and then the automatic. That was enough for me. Darryl had a go as most of the guns but had the most fun with the automatic.
We were the only ones at the range and the owner came out and asked if someone could shoot at a target the size of the bottom of a 600ml water bottle. Jenny said that she could do it, so he told us to wait a ...