Econo Lodge North
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... After checking in at the lovely Homewood Suites we headed on over to Krav'n for a nice easy dinner with no other than Jess Coffelt. For those of you who don't know who that is...Jess is a superstar in customer service at HM Cragg. Thanks for putting up with Marty's endless silliness and hugs, Jess.
After dinner the boys cooled off at the pool and we were hoping, tired themselves out. No such luck, but at least they had a good time. Marty of course found a group ...
... falls we continued on to the hotel. We checked in, got our rooms and headed there. I unpacked, did sink laundry, tidied up, had some pre drinks in one of the rooms, then
back on the coach and we headed into town to go to dinner. Dinner was at a country style restaurant, with southern cooking. It was a group walk about dinner, but our tour manager recommended this place. The food was good – i had the ...
... a five-story, 50 ft. viewing tower where you can panoramic view the entire park and city.
A beautiful HORSE BARN was built in the late 1800s. There are no records to indicate who or why the building was built. From 1999 to 2010, it housed an arts center and became a place for artists to exhibit and practice art.
THE OLD COURTHOUSE MUSEUM
Construction began on the first Minnehaha County Courthouse in 1889. The building is a product of ...
... but maybe it's better that I didn't get my wish.
The monster driving day ended in Sioux Falls, shortly after we entered into South Dakota. With a population of 150,000 people it is not only the largest city in the state, but apparently it is the brightest beacon of civilization between Minneapolis and Denver. Not knowing any of this upon arrival, finding a fun town was a pleasant surprise.
Sioux Falls has had ...
... had a snooze and I got caught up on some financial stuff on the computer. We went out to Perkins and Bob got his wildberry chicken salad that he has been craving and then we went out to a movie (World War Z). It was not bad - kind of wished we had chosen a different movie though. It was touch and go for awhile but of course Brad Pitt saved the world in the end. Oh Brad - you're my hero!