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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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... 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 ...
... Peachtree Road Race on July 4th and we didn't want to miss that (incidentally she finished in fine fashion well under her goal time).
Some may recall that last year's sojourn had us on the road for 13 weeks, traveling mostly in the southwest US, the coast of California and, ultimately, Colorado. This year’s itinerary was to be a little more compact time-wise, given the shortened 7 (hopefully) week schedule, and highlights ...
... The kids had a blast dressing up as cowboys and a saloon girl. Art and I enjoyed ourselves as well. Liam made the best angry face, Artie loved playing with the pistol, and Marina loved looking at herself in the mirror because she looked so beautiful. The kids were all well behaved and photogenic, until the shoot with just the kids, and then Marina decided to have a melt down. The pictures will surely provide great memories. Art and I had to carry through ...
... and weathered. We headed up to the Bighorn National Forest. Finally, the Rocky Mountains came into view. Snow capped, majestic, rugged. Not like those wimpy Appalachian Mountains. (Are my Colorado roots showing?). So far we have seen lots of prong horn antelope, but no big horn sheep yet. Dropped into Buffalo, Wy, "Not just a one horse town," through Sheridan and started climbing the range over toward Greybull. We ...
... chinese made western souvenirs, large paper mache dinosaurs, anamatronic singing cowboys, and pretty much anything else you can imagine. We grabbed some souvenirs, Marcus picking up some branding irons..He wouldn't say who they were for but we are guessing Carol (Marcus's wife) should probably be concerned either way.
We hit the flying J to pick up a drop shipped package (4G cell amp, which seems to ...