Holiday Inn Express Custer
Travel Blogs from Custer
After a great day in Mesa Verde National Park, we traveled to South Dakota. On to Rushmore tomorrow.
June 9 - Day 3
Mitchell to Wall, SD, via the Badlands N.P.
Spent another first half of the day on the Interstate. Didn't get to watch the corn grow - it was raining to hard to see. Stimulus package going over well in SD, too. Never spent so much time driving on 2 lane expressways! SD must have better drivers - they let them go …
... that funny looking granite rocks could be carved into four such lifelike faces, Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt and Lincoln. Took lots of pictures. We took a 1880 steam train to Keystone. An hour ride each way. Went out for dinner in Custer's at a Sports Bar, Fillet Migon wrapped in bacon, baked potato and salad for $10.99 and it was good! Good ...
... us not to leave.the car as they walked off. Nothing like the inside of a car with black interior in the sweltering sun. An hour or so later mom and dad returned raving about how great it was . . . And as an added punishment they each had ice cream cones they ate in front of us. Now I know the truth . . . The "greatness" of Wall Drug was a fabrication .. . It is not that great. The Olde West concessions are manned ...
After a lunch in Sturgis we went to Deadwood which is a very busy place. We drove down the main street a few times before we were able to find a spot to leave the car. They have "gunfights" in the streets so we pretended to be Tin Lizzie customers, parked in their lot and watched a short performance. They were very strict about parking and we heard them telling their customers as they ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility