Comfort Inn And Suites
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Love Comfort Inn we have stayed with them many times. Always have not been disappointed.
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Hello again! Today proved to be a busy day!
My mom woke up 6:30 to get our car an oil change (we've driven over 3500 miles already so far!) while I slept in for a bit. We had a nice breakfast at the hotel before driving off to our first destination at around 9:30.
Our first stop was at the Little Bighorn National Monument, where the Battle of the Little Bighorn took place. Little did we know that today is ...
... and Saloon. We shared a 12oz. New York Strip steak and had our own sides to go along with it. Very, very good food. During the night we had lots of thunder and lightning but Sunday morning dawned as a beautiful sunny day. Before leaving Murdo, one MUST stop at the Pioneer Auto Show for which Murdo is famous. So, off we went -- it was in the next block from our campsite -- big trip. Took lots of pictures of lots of cars. Enjoy, you car buffs!
Off we went, ...
... almost 40 and had only $174 left to his name. He faced much adversity over the years and was a strong believer in the free enterprise system. Korczak turned down offers of federal funding.There has been no set date for completion. Currently the focus is on the horse's head and finishing the hand.
When I arrived at Mount Rushmore I was just in awe of our former presidents. The profiles of each man were so ...
... First of all Crazy Horse died at 34 and was no Ghandi or Nelson Mandela but here he is 200 feet high in a crazy (appropriate) statue started in 1948 and still only a quarter finished, you can’t help feeling it was commissioned to outdo the Mount Rushmore statues only 12 miles away. The techniques of sculpture however are fascinating with dynamite as the prime tool I’m sure Michaelangelo is wincing in his grave. So from here we did the usual tourist trek ...
... the folks we met at our campground (and there were hundreds) were all very nice, very patient, and very appreciative of having a quiet place to stay away from the in town hubbub. But if I ever hear another Harley starting up at 7 am, it will be too ...