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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn & Suites Rapid City
This was a very nice hotel. Clean, comfortable, everything you need in the room. I would pick this hotel again.
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... saw our first antelope. From there we saw wild burrow, buffalo and more antelope. It was fun and a bit scary working our way through buffalo on the road on a motorcycle I have to say.
I would HIGHLY recommend anyone interested in a beautiful trip to visit the Rapid City, South Dakota area. There is plenty to do and the scenery in beautiful. Weather was excellent while we were there as an added bonus.
... for a drink of water and couldn't climb back out and drowned. The archeology dig continues today and you can watch after the guided tour. It's a long drive home so we took Hwy 87 through Wind Cave National Park and down Needles Road. This is where we ran into a heavy rain and hail storm. It stung on our bare arms and the temperature dropped from 84 degrees to ...
We packed up camp again (this time for good?) and wound our way through Yellowstone and out the east gate. We drove and drove and drove across Wyoming, but the varied geography and views and animals were so fascinating that Amy and David loved the drive. And the kids were great, although they looked up from screens only when called to look out at something. The area of Wyoming just east of Yellowstone was gorgeous, with little western ...
... of road construction. After being held up at one site, the flagman instructed us to all move forward and onto the right-hand shoulder. We waited there for a while, and then saw this ginormous truck coming into view, carrying a massive tank/container. Anyone have any suggestions as to what its eventual purpose might be??
Eventually, I made it into Rapid City and found Leah's house. Leah is a remarkably ...
... Black Hills and settled in at Kemp's Kamp, located just outside of Keystone, SD. It is a quaint RV Park located right along the creek and just across the highway from the Black Hills Steam Train, which runs between Hill City and Keystone. Never got to see the train run.
Enjoyed a nice quiet night, then hit the road the next morning to see Mt. Rushmore and continue east across South Dakota.