Comfort Inn & Suites Custer
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Spent morning at Crazy Horse Memorial. We were surprised at the extensive visitors center which included museums, sculptor' s home and educational/cultural center. Kathy really enjoyed the exhibits. Didn't have time to take bus to top of monument.
Kathy got a beautiful necklace from an Indian woman from Page AZ. She spends her summers …
... is boring, but then you start seeing these really unique rock spires and narrow tunnels through the rock. It was so different than anything I’ve seen and really pretty. When we got to Sylvan Lake, the plan was to make sandwiches and walk some of the trails and maybe rent kayaks…. But it was raining. Again. By this point, we were all tired and grouchy and hungry. We sat in the car staring at the lake until the ...
... The density and lights in these led us to decide to not stay in Deadwood this night. We drove through the old town which has been transformed into a gambling/casino mecca which was not of great interest though some of the saloons looked interesting, at least from outside. We stopped for information on camping and were led astray by the woman providing information who told us where there were campgrounds nearby in he ...
... Hours before we would reach
the next place to lay our heads, we stayed the night at Big Horn Resort. This
decision worked out nicely as we were able to get a little R&R and even
soak in a hot tub…Heaven!
A seven hour drive to the Badlands took us through hilly,
curvy, single lane highways the entire time. We got a lot of practice
backcountry driving—weaving in and out ...
... s a certain wind in the road as it's going up when you first spot Mount Rushmore, and it makes you gasp a little bit at the grandeur, even from that distance. It was a perfect day to see it, though windy - the air was slightly cool, the sky blue and dotted with big puffy clouds, sometimes bringing in a momentarily sprinkle of rain that passed as quickly as it began.
We drove to the entrance, paid the fee and parked in an underground garage ...