Governor's Inn - Pierre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Pierre
... Pa and Mary lived. Even though I had never read any of the books (well..I tried to) I felt like I really knew the story and about the people involved. Lebon, our tour guide, was great. She did a really great job at making you interested and she turned everything into a joke which kept making us laugh. After that experience I really want to take another stab at the books! ...
Just saw "Sculptures park"where they have a HUGE sculpture of a giant steer and a hammer and other things. Then I saw the exit for "The Corn Palace" which is a world-famous attraction. Then we passed a grocery store called "The Whoa and Go". South Dakota is much more interesting than ...
... 4 walleye a day; 6 northern pike; 5 bass. Local hotels and motels offer fish cleaning and storage facilities; my Days Inn has that, and free minnows too.
I’ve got a South Dakota Tribal Lands booklet too; nine tribes, collectively known as Sioux, are in the state. The Crow Creek Reservation is just east of Pierre (Janelle told me that’s her tribe); the Lower Brule Reservation is just across the Missouri from that ...
... Having lived in the 60's/70's in the USSR, kids were never taught in school about the possibility of nuclear war. Admitting to its own people a real threat from enemies was unheard of. Of course for most Americans growing up at the same time in the US, preparation for a nuclear war a real experience, as was the fear of a Soviet attack. Visiting the museum it was clear that the Cold War had a differently reality to Americans compared to ...
It was a chilly morning -- only 68 degrees, brrrrrr. But it made it up to the high 80's (perfect!) later in the day. We drove through the Ft. Pierre National Grasslands (flat; you can see for miles) and the Badlands National Park. The Badlands are like a smaller version of the Grand ...