Comfort Inn & Suites Custer
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
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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 …
... of the trip – Badlands National Park. We decided on taking the more leisurely option and spent the better part of a day driving through the 40 mile Badlands Loop, admiring the wildlife and spectacular views of the park. We were fortunate to came across a flock of Big Horn Sheep, an entire community of Prairie Dogs, a lone Coyote, and a herd of mule Deer. The views were just stunning and the photos really don’t give the beauty of this rugged landscape any justice. A ...
... We stopped at Sylvan Lake where their was a cookout of buffalo burgers and wings going on. There are many resorts and campgrounds in this area overlooking rocky cliffs and grassy knolls. I noticed Rafter J Mountain Resort which looked very expensive. Then we headed over to the Crazy Horse Memorial. The sculpture on the mountain has just been started and so far ...
... the park features 28,295 acres of mixed-grass prairie, ponderosa pine forest, and associated wildlife. It is the seventh oldest National Park and the only NP to have two layers – above ground and below ground.
We took both the Fairgrounds and the Garden of Eden Cave ...
... to begin the trip down, when much to our disbelief, Dave and Debbie came trudging up the path. We cheered them on/ dragged them up the last 200 feet up the mountain. Dave's fear of heights make the trip up a little more entertaining as he swore that the massive stone observation tower was "swaying in the breeze" and clutched the walls for dear life. We took our pictures and verrrrry slowly eased Dave down from the observation tower and made ...