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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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... The detail in each face... The amount of depth shown in each ones eyes on such a large scale piece... 4 white guys never looked better. Oh, the wildlife also come freely out to play. Or eat I suppose. As we were leaving we stumbled upon a mother and baby mountain goat gnawing away at some frozen grass in the front. So fluffy. Wanted to touch the goats. And then a couple walked up with their dog unaware of the goats.. the mother goat didn't like that too much, she stood up ...
... on a horse. There was a good Indian museum on the grounds. After that we went to Mount Rushmore which has been vastly improved since I last saw it 40 years ago. The sculpture is the same of course but all new surrounds with all the history of how they were built it was informative to say the least. Over 400 men worked on the project during the depression and no one died. Guess what it was 20 degrees ...
... Washington for creating the country, Jefferson for expanding it, Lincoln for preserving it, and Teddy Roosevelt for developing it. After the video the spotlights came on the mountain faces and it was quite spectacular. Our whole Mount Rushmore experience lasted about 40 minutes, but we liked it.
We then drove to Rapid City and got to our hotel at 10:30, ordered pizza delivery, which some of us stayed awake to eat, and went to ...
... I was hoping they had some secret passage out of there though at the end, but nope… had to climb all those stairs/ladders/whatever-they-are to get out. Once again, I was hugging the banister and pretty much laying on the steps hoping I didn’t fall or anybody above me didn’t fall. We survived and I’m glad now I did it.
After that, we drove the Needles Highway up to Sylvan Lake. The first part of ...
... now filled with casinos and tourists) and other nearby scenery. On learning that I was a quilter/knitter/sometime crafter, Leah wanted me to meet her mom, who is my age and who'd gone through many of the same crafting cycles that I had. Sherry is indeed an amazing quilter, with cupboards and racks filled with huge, colorful, and beautifully made quilts.
Leah's brother and his family were visiting ...