Comfort Inn & Suites
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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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... At one point as we were approaching a hill side there appeared to be a large herd of cattle so Peg took a picture; turned out to be a herd of about 100 – 150 buffalo. We also saw a prong horn antelope running down a fence line in the opposite direction we were traveling. Too quick to get a photo of him.
As we often do when traveling from place to place we had crackers and cheese and summer sausage for lunch. Our new campsite is beautiful with views of the tops of two ...
We aren't hung over but we are feeling super super tired and exhausted so we have some breakfast and hang out chatting to Aunty Laura, Uncle Bob and Jess once they emerged from bed also. We made a cute little packed lunch as Laura insisted we did and we were off by 9:45am.
Our first stop was about 2 hours in as we were both struggling to keep our eyes open. We stop for gas, coffee and sugar, we needed anything that was going to keep us awake. We are back ...
... great too. We then set off through Custer State Park and on to Mount Rushmore. There had been another thunderstorm there just before we arrived so the blue sky was absent from the photos. It was still brilliant though to see those presidents' heads - Washington, Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt & Lincoln - carved into the Rock like that. In the evening, we enjoyed a Nepalese restaurant and a brief walk around Rapid City before retiring for the ...
... br> We walk through to the sculptor’s studio to see some of the models and masks. We see Korczak’s last model, positioned in such a way, we can look beyond it to see the mountain. On the wall, we see the statistics for the memorial. I’m not going to write them all here. Allen did take a picture which I’ll add. However, just think of this: Borglum’s faces of Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, and Roosevelt are ...
... Powder River Pass. The road kept going up, up and up, and poor Isabella was struggling mightily. There was simply no break in the level of incline, no leveling off, or any type of break. I did stop once at a pullout just to give Isabella a break, but I am not sure if it helped any or not. I had her in 2nd gear, and she was struggling along around 20-25 mph, I had the heat on, and she was pushing past the third little marker on my heat gauge. It is ...