Hampton Inn Deadwood
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Rooms on the road side of the Hotel were a little noisy but casino must subsidise the good room rates
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... reward and I know there is much more to see in the miles ahead. I gradually ascend a hill and at the peak I’m given a breathtaking view of the Missouri river, I smile and take in the moment. The next hundred miles bring billboards, billboards and billboards. Mostly advertising Wall Drug, a one stop shop that is unlike anything you’ve seen before. I buy into the hype and make it a lunch, gas, and beverage stop as ...
... understood it was a reenactment. We all found it funny that the girls had their first experience of being kicked out of a bar tonight. We were “bounced” by a very polite young man who advised it was time to clear the bar of all children. For good reason I’m sure considering the clientele. Deadwood was a bit of a disappointment from what we were expecting. We envisioned and old “wild west” town full of history. It is really just ...
... free ice water...in a 6 oz plastic cup! Cute! Paul tried on belts, but didn't find one that fit or that suited him for every possible reason that belts need to suit one. We spent over an hour in there easily. On our way back to the car, we stopped to admire the small stone building that serves as the Wall Community Library. Really cute! On the way to the car, I suddenly noticed that our trunk was open...wide open! I ran over ...
It was a quite day in Spearfish, SD.
Dave and Michelle Jopke arrived about 3pm and will be staying at Bob & Joyce's for a few days.
I got a couple pictures of deer and family.
We all went to Deadwood, SD tonight for dinner and gambling.
Men playing golf tomorrow and women playing ...
... and Theodore Roosevelt. We visited the monument, took some photos, ate lunch, did a little shopping, then back on the bus. We made our way to Kevin Costner's Tatanka: The Story of the Bison. We listened to the story of the Lakota people and viewed the 17 piece "Lakota Bison Jump" bronze collection sculpted by local artist Peggy Detmers. We then headed to Deadwood, which used to be a lawless ...