USA Stay Hotel and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews USA Stay Hotel and Suites Hot Springs
Travel Blogs from Hot Springs
... As I was exiting the tunnel, my side mirror scrapped the rock. No damage, just a slight scratch. The weird thing about this is that when I measured the vehicle when I first bought, we measured a width of 8 foot. After the tunnel, I pulled off at one of the overlooks and evaluated the situation. It turns out that I didn't measure the vehicle with the mirrors in tow mode. With the new measurement, it came out to 8 foot 4 inches. Now I know why it scrapped. The good ...
... Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska and South Dakota). In fact, we weren’t supposed to drive through Nebraska, but one of the highways we were supposed to take was closed due to damage. This hadn’t shown up in any of my highway closure searches when I’d planned the route so we ended up adding a fair bit of driving on to our day. The scenery danced around from pretty to interesting the entire day, so we didn’t mind. We saw a few ...
... 000 years and so we decided to make a day of it and stop. We pulled into the Hot Springs KOA at 3:45 with a temperature of 90 degrees. I suspect our temperatures are just going to get higher the closer we get to home. Sigh. At any rate, our site is level, the electricity is good, and the wifi appears to be nonexistent at our site. I think my hot spot may work OK here. If not, I will trudge up to to office after while and take care of posting this. We drove 69 miles ...
... fun place if you like spelunking. We did enjoy the tour but will reserve exploration underground for others.
It does contain 95% of the world's "Boxwork" Cave formations. Pretty neat to see after we finally figured out the best way to see is to turn on our little LED flashlights and shine on the formations.
The best part though was the ...
Sam, Bart and I looked in vain for a geocache near their home. We had to call it off after a while as we had to head for the black hills and they had to head for Denver. We said our goodbyes and headed off in our little car.
It is a tiny car, a Ford Focus hatchback, and those prairies are big. Crazy big. They would cover the middle half of the country with a quarter left on each ...