Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Hill City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at it, thinking of how lucky I was to be able to see that, being on the same level as the clouds that were just storming so violently. I was soon brought back to reality though, and shortly after twilight, I realized that I had to then descend the mountain. So, not only was I once again driving along the edge of the mountains, but my foot was riding the brake because of the steep descent. Not to mention that the road was still wet from the preceding ...
... status (I had my driver license changed a year or so ago to reflect Veteran), and said there was No Charge!
Whereas Rushmore involved hundreds of workers and took just a couple of decades, the Crazy Hose mountain is being primarily carved by one family. They've got lots of kids - but still! It's been a work in progress since 1948, and there's a l-o-n-g way to go. Crazy Horse's head is something like 85 feet high, while the ...
... Griggs, took the stage. We really enjoyed their true professional entertainment. They also sang their number one hits that put them on the list with other country stars. The theatre capacity was only for 400 people so the whole concert took on a small town feel and the entertainers appeared relaxed as they joked around on stage. All this for $10.00 a ticket - what a ...
... first time he remembered them. Soph would have liked more of a choice.
After dinner we headed to Mount Rushmore. We walked the Presidential trail (250 stairs) that takes you right up to the base of the memorial. There is an amphitheater where they do a lighting ceremony. They show a short movie about the presidents and then we sang the Star Spangled Banner and they lit the memorial. After that they have ...
... granite rocks surrounding the lake. We then took a trip up to Deadwood and we both had wished that was one of our stopovers-what a brilliant place with so much character and history. Went for a walk thru town in 94 degrees heat at 4.30 in the afternoon! We saw where Wild Bill Hickok got one in the back of the napper.
We then took a run up to Boot Hill Cemetery and visited the graves of both Wild Bill and Calamity Jane-they are ...