Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Rapid City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Well we decided to follow the Missouri along the back roads to Pierre. We viewed the state capitol and took a short break from all the driving. Closer to Rapid City we contemplated exchanging the car as ( thanks to a truck) it has two cracks in the windshield....but decided against it, maybe tomorrow :-). We had a nice Apéro and some really good wine. Strangely, despite all the driving, we called it a night soon. Planning to get up early ...
Today was a quiet day other than swimming and Pickleball. It was extremely hot (100 degrees) and humid so we relaxed in the cool motor home. By the end of the day, thunder and rain rolled in over Hart Ranch. It was a blessing just to cool things ...
... population 327). We entered Custer State Park and saw the most amazing scenery and drove through about 5 tunnels through the mountains - some of the tunnels were single lane and too narrow for our motor home to drive through. But the motorcyclists were having a great time zooming around all the curves. I noticed a lot of dead pine trees - victims of the ...
... entirely by corn! Pretty random, and definitely one of those only-in-America things. I did learn though that corn is in tyres, toothpaste, makeup and aspirin. As for some 'corny' jokes, how's this one What do you call the best student at Corn School? The A Corn! Hahaha It was also our biggest driving day of the trip, with over 700km covered! It was with a big sigh of relief we got off the bus in the tiny town of Pierre, the capital of South Dakota. Being in ...
... was quiet impressive. It's set up with a bunch of different characters from books that kids can explore, climb on and play with. If you have young kids, I'd put this on the must-stop list. Best thing... it's free!
Then Bill made us stop at the Air & Space Museum. For the war plane buff, the planes out in the yard are impressive. For the tired mom and kids who've been schlepping around all day, it's a whine-fest. And not the good kind!