Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites
Travel Blogs from Sturgis
... by the fact that there were so many of us (tourists) and also many people trying to "conquer" it by climbing the rock.
Just on our way out of devils tower in the meadows there are tons of prairie dogs and we all got a very close look at them.
Apparently this was the first national monument and was declared thus to ...
... hotel by about 4.45pm and we caught up with sorting, and writing my diary and checking emails etc. before dinner. Tonight's dinner is supposed to be a Farewell Dinner for some people who are leaving the tour tomorrow - about 10 of them I think. (Later) A nice dinner at the hotel, and we sat with Warren and Mike. Later a group of us went to Murphy's Irish pub, and we got home ...
... t say that the animals are hedged into a small area.
The park culls the buffalo each September and sells off the Buffalo to people wanting to start a herd - the deal is that they share and spread the gene pool for the future generations. It was sad to see so much open ground, empty of the wildlife the Indian's would have seen roaming through the territory
We headed off to Crazy Horse - I was disappointed with the little progress that was made from when we were here last ...
... roadway. Hundreds of bikes everywhere.
We stopped in Deadwood and walked around a little and had dinner at Hickock's restaurant.
Mileage Tank Miles Total Gallons MPG Gas Cost Cost Per Mile
943.6 145.6 51,002.6 3.67 39.67 $14.62 $0.10
1,111.1 167.5 51,170.1 3.86 43.39 $16.20 $0.10
261.6 total miles for today
... booked! Of course I knew this was not the case, but there was no point arguing. They were beyond rigid. The only good thing about this hotel was the waterslide and pool. The kids had a blast, but even when we went on our merry way to Montana and checked into the Comfort Suites, their reaction was, “Wow! This is WAY better than that last hotel we stayed at in Rapid ...