Days Inn Gillette
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- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Gillette
There was a distinct odor of an older, used-to-be-smoked-in building upon entrance. We proceeded to check in and headed to our room. The air in the room was better. The staff were very friendly and accommodating. There was a dispenser of ice water with fresh lemons and limes in it at the front desk. The breakfast in the morning was quite adequate and had fresh waffles in addition to the standard continental fare. I would consider this again, if needed because of the staff and the efforts they took at providing hospitality, but would hope that the construction along the road passing the hotel would be completed and cleared.
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Travel Blogs from Gillette
This morning, we all split up for a few hours. Chris, Sharon and Darryl went to find a hairdresser and Mark, Jody, Bailey and I went over to Walmart.
We then met up with Jen and Tate and after a quick stop at Boot Hill for some water and ice, we drove back out towards Sundance and to Tate's family's property and did some shooting. On offer …
Day 5 - 5 August
Darryl and I decided to stay at the house today as the rest of the group were going back to Sturgis and then to Mount Rushmore. As we had seen these places, we decided to go and see our friend Jonesy, who is here in Spearfish. He has the flu and was not able to celebrate with us last night. We spent a few hours with him and he …
Breakfast early at Lodge included ham steaks, cheese omelets and all the other yummy fare they usually provide!
This morning we headed out for our last visit to Mount Rushmore National Memorial. It has been under the jurisdiction of the National Park Service since 1933.
We decided to go to Jewel Cave National Monument to get tour …
The long drive today took us through some of the ranch country of Montana. Traveling the back roads we saw fields of hay bales as far as the eye could see, cattle, rolling hills, and lots of empty space. The road passed through several tiny towns only big enough for a gas station or little store. We noticed there were bee hives on many of the ranches.
One exception was the little town of Lavinia. This town which flourished during the early 1900's ...