Pierre-Days Inn

520 W Sioux Boulevard, Pierre, South Dakota, 57501, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 520 W Sioux Boulevard, Pierre, is near South Dakota Discovery Center & Aquarium, La Framboise Island, Fort Pierre National Grassland, and Flaming Fountain.
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    Travel Blogs from Pierre

    Pierre-Badlands NP-Mount Rushmore-Keystone

    A travel blog entry by jenni_c_smith on Jul 21, 2013

    7 photos

    ... 10 miles down the road. Wall Drug is a store in the town of Wall. It started as a family drug store. They started offering free iced water and 5c coffees to give travellers a reason to visit and the place grew from there. Jen and I had a buffalo hot dog and one of their home made maple syrup iced donuts. After we walked around, they had immense gift section that had jewellery, knick knacks, souvenirs, t-shirts art and all kinds of other things. Also there were Sturgis ...

    Now You're Cooking

    A travel blog entry by burtonll on Sep 01, 2012

    ... of buying the Little Chef in 1974, a 10-stool place; he was running his ranch and farming too and sold it after a while. In 1986, during a time when the ranching and farming markets had gone sour, he and his son opened a bar. “I put sawdust on the floor because I couldn’t afford carpet,” he said. In September of that year they started serving steaks, and the business took off. In the years since, they have served ...

    Wind Cave-Badlands-Minuteman Missile

    A travel blog entry by globehunters on Aug 11, 2012

    1 comment, 34 photos

    ... After reading about this site, we learned more about that its complex history with the Native American tribes (particularly the Sioux) since this monument is carved into the Black Hills, which were not only "owned" by the Sioux, but were considered their spiritual epicenter. To forever have the carvings of "white men" who defeated them prominent in this land that they hold evokes strong emotions. Not unlike other countries, our ...

    We returned to Pierre

    A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Jul 01, 2011

    2 photos

    From the shore we headed straight south then west to Pierre, the capital of South Dakota.

    We'd been to Pierre 8 years ago and wanted to show the grandkids what we’d discovered. 8 years ago we were on the road to Mt. Rushmore. We’d stopped at a rest stop for the night, just before the turnoff to Pierre. In the morning we got out and I found the little ...

    A Capitol Experience

    A travel blog entry by k4kent on Jun 21, 2010


    ... we have wanted to see here in SD and the booklets for the capitol are an example of same. The South Dakotans wanted to build their capitol around the turn of the 1900s and went to Montana to get a look at its capitol and get an idea of the problems encountered with building such a structure. The architect offered to sell the plans for the Montana Capitol to SD for $15 which the cheap Dakotans jumped at … so long story short, the two capitols ...