Governor's Inn - Pierre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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When leaving our Army Corps of Engineer site on the Missouri River we saw white pelican's in the Missouri River right below the dam. MDM first saw one and I couldn't believe pelican's were in South Dakota! We saw 3 more as we drove out of the park. We stopped to fuel up at the junction of interstate 90 at the most clean and organized convenience store I've ever experienced. The clerk was very pleasant,telling us a touching personal story about ...
... a two floored apartment with a terrace outside! We didn't really want to leave the room but went down to have dinner at the next door italian. The staff there were brilliant, and we instantly made friends with the barman! We had pizza and dessert, but had our dessert given to us for free as it was our honeymoon.......yet again more American hospitality! After a happy hour cocktail it was off to the upstairs bedroom for a long sleep (where I was apparently sleep-talking about ...
Linda Burton posting from Pierre, South Dakota – "We should make some Indian tacos while she's here," said Janelle to Mel. I’d been standing at the front desk for a while, asking the questions I usually ask when I get to my new town; what do you enjoy doing; where do you like to shop; what’s your favorite thing to eat? Janelle had already told me that at her family get-togethers, it’s Indian tacos. Now ...
... car really slowly so as not to obtain injuries to BBB, but next one was best. We were approaching a Fort, a State Park where we were going to stay and we were faced with some road surfacing again. The workers were blasting out sections of road, filling it with tarmac then covering it the toilet paper, yes proper toilet paper so that it didn’t stick to tyres Only in ...
... right off a major road. It was still early and stormy, so perhaps they were just enjoying some quiet scenery as we were.
Once we reached South Dakota, our first stop was to see Mt. Rushmore. After seeing these images in school books and on many postcards, the boys and Geula were interested in seeing it firsthand. Across the board, it was less impressive than they had imagined it would be. Nonetheless, it was one of those "things ...