Hilton Garden Inn Sioux Falls South
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Hilton Garden Inn Sioux Falls South
Travel Blogs from Sioux Falls
... 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.
... Wallace L. Dow, who designed many local buildings including the South Dakota State Penitentiary, the All Saints School, and the Thomas B. McMartin home (now the Pettigrew Home and Museum). The building is constructed of native Sioux Quartzite stone, a popular local building material of the late 19th century. When completed in 1893, Dow claimed the structure would be the “largest courthouse between Chicago and Denver.”
... miles on the clock!
Did a shop at Walmart in nearby Mason City for some essentials and the headed west and drove 250 miles to Sioux Falls in South Dakota. Nothing much to see today - very flat countryside.
Stayed at Yogi Bear Jellystone Park just for fun!
... having to wean Ralph off their fired chicken.....
Tonight we checked in at Yogi Bears campground in Sioux Falls, SD. Essentially we crossed the entire state today. Yes, it is that Yogi Bear.
Now I'm finishing the laundry, and somewhere along the way we appear to have gained an hour in time so I guess we are now on Central time.
Goodnight all, we 'll be heading Iowa, Kansas and who knows where else ...
... warring with each other when they were at the quarries, as they all hold this area to be sacred. Pipestone is a red stone and very smooth and is still quarried today by Indians to make pipes. The 260 acre monument had a nice mile walk around the quarries, a waterfall and a large section of prairie untouched for centuries. We didn't realize that the prairies are not just made up ...