Fairfield Inn & Suites Sioux Falls
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... young ladies to charm, as Louie called him a "chick magnet". Hopefully next time Louie can take advantage and charm the girls himself. Augie made big strides in his swimming skills too...he was very engrossed in learning new strokes and trying not to drown...
Now we are all in bed, getting ready for a very early ( 6:00 am) start tomorrow morning. It's gold mining and an art fair on the Pine Ridge reservation tomorrow, wish us luck!
~Jill and all her boys.
... fish. After dinner, as it was
James' birthday we went to a bar called buffalo wings. This was a sports bar, it had a happy hour prices for long island ice teas. We sat around talking and drinking and relaxing. Later as the bar started to close we left. It was very cold outside and we decided to walk back. It was easy to find the way back to the hotel and we sat up talking for a bit before heading off to bed.
... 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 ...
... helicopter rotors in full flight.
Away from the windmills, the wind tirelessly waltzes in the tall green grass turning its blades from shiny to matte and back again. Red farms and barns, usually paired with missile shaped storage silos watch over the giant fields where this endless dance takes place. Sometimes there is a curve in the road. Usually a slight curve.
Accompanied by the constant hum of the tires and ...
... with my decision but I was glad to see more Americana.
Another roadside sign announced the homeplace of Laura Ingalls Wilder, author of the Little House on the Prairie books in DeSete. But I did not dare test my luck in pulling off to see it,
A rumbling tummy and Todd agreed to stop at Al's Oasis in Oacoma. SD. Al had it all - grocery store, restaurant, jewelry, gifts, western wear, etc., all in ...