Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Mitchell
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... of photos we hit the road again headed for Mitchell, via some back roads. Mitchell has the worlds only Corn Palace, the full story on corn growing in the area. The palace has murals on 2 exterior wall made completely of corn cobs of different colours. They are replaced every 18 months as the corn deteriorates. Inside you can watch shows and videos on everything corn(y).
Another great day on the ...
... keep driving east on the 90 you are left wondering about this mythical place they call Wall Drug and no way can this place live up to all these captivating advertisements. We decide that we need to explore this place they call Wall Drug to figure out for ourselves if they are just whispering sweet nothings or if they are actually gonna put a ring on it. With confidence we say skip Mt. Rushmore (save your $11 parking fee, they ...
... city residents and their rural neighbors could enjoy a fall festival with extraordinary stage entertainment – a celebration to climax a crop-growing season and harvest. This tradition continues today with the annual Corn Palace Festival held in late August each year.
By 1905 the success of the Corn Palace had been assured and a new Palace was to be built, but this building soon became too small. In 1919, the decision to build a third Corn Palace was ...
... to us obviously car enthusiasts.
Went via the Corn Palace, but it was closed about 5 minutes before we got there. However, the main attraction is on the outside, so all was not lost.
Went to a diner for dinner, and got 2 drinks (no beer, yet again!) They were served in bottling jars, not glasses. Such culture!
Well, not that much to say anymore, but then the tourist part of the journey is largely over.
Mileage 302 climbed 6744 ft to max of 3392
... br> Once we arrived at our hotel, the kids immediately ran for the room to change into their suits so that they could get in a quick swim. The hotel had a very simple waterslide, but a waterslide nonetheless. At 10pm we were kicked out, so we went to our room for showers and a quick snack before bed.
We are looking forward to seeing Mt. Rushmore tomorrow and some of the other attractions around our hotel in Hill City, SD.