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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Travel Blogs from Hill City
... a couple of doors down the street for the night. Three of us shared a king size bed but didn't sleep well. Our guardian angel was watching over us and we were fine. Thank you God! I had notified Murray of our predicament and asked him to cook the turkey that I had planned for Wednesday's family get together. He wondered if we should cancel the party but I said no way, we'd be home as soon as we ...
... but really awe inspiring seen in person. The experience was only slightly dampened by the "tourists” who were oblivious to the honor of this special vision. There were also 3 “pigtail” bridges that are designed to accommodate a 360 degree ascent/descent. In our case was descended across the bridge, made a 360 degree turn and crossed under the same bridge ...
... It's really a whole complex of buildings with a theater showing a film about the sculptor and the history of the memorial, a Native American museum, gift shop, restaurant, and culture center where Lakota tribe members gave us a demonstration of Native American dance. It was very interesting, and great fun, so it was quickly 4:30 and time to head to the hotel.
SD-244E runs between the Crazy Horse Memorial and Mt ...
... by themselves. Then Dad came down and we went swimming for about 10 mins until the supervisors told us we had to get out because a storm was coming. So we came back and the boys watched Planes. Then we went out for dinner in Hill City at The Bumpin Buffalo with Grandma G and Grandpa D! Then we went home and had a bonfire and s'mores with GG and GD. We went in at 9:35 ...
... Borglum wanted to carve the presidents to their waists, but the granite was too poor.