Comfort Inn And Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn And Suites Deadwood
Love Comfort Inn we have stayed with them many times. Always have not been disappointed.
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... and a fantastic photo opportunity of Pactola Reservoir. Racing the sun and losing once again, I pull into Deadwood from the South and park Silvia for the night. I have dinner and drinks at the Deadwood Social Club nestled at the bar, Pork Shank slow roasted and delicious. My debit card in declined twice, manual entry gets an approval, I'm relived but uneasy. Retired to my room, I map out plans for tomorrow and check the weather. Blue skies lie ...
Started the day with a walk down the road to see a veteran's cemetery. Once we were there saw a sign that told us we were not allowed to walk in the cemetery as we would disrespect the dead....disappointing. Got on the bikes and drove to Rapid City where there was a mini Sturgis set up. Vendor after vendor...people everywhere. Bought some great bag liners for Tim's road king and had rack fitted to Walters road ...
... a narrator was telling the story as they acted it out. New charge rats came in through the crowd, and there was a (fake) shooting, then the shooter ran off! We had to then go out to the street to see the rest of the story, there were lots of actors shooting pistols into the air and the man was caught and marched up to the courthouse, with us following! In our way to the court an old toothless man (I'm assuming he as part of the act but we can't be sure!!!) was swinging ...
... and threw a shirt at him the next time he went round. It was a great intro to our time in Sturgis. We turned in for the night and an event was still continuing at the saloon down the road. Bikes went past our campground all night, keeping the party going on in the next campground entertained. The police came by at one point and things started to calm down sometime around 3-4am in the morning. Then people started getting up and out of there around ...
... these parts.
KK: Found a dreamy camp site up in The Black Hills at Keystone (where they invented policemen). Showers, a pool, Wi Fi and a deer that came within ten yards of our tent. Keystone itself is supposedly the home of Wild Bill Hickok’s last gun fight and Wild Bill himself (for twas he) mosied up the street howdy-ing folk before a re-enactment that we thankfully avoided.
LK: No, we were on to bigger things, like four grotesquely huge ...