Holiday Inn Sioux Falls - City Center
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Day Three......As usual its the start of the work week and I am wide awake at 5am! ... but I dont have to work!!! stupid brain.
We had made the plan to get on the road by 8am .... as we have short drive to Kansas City, good old KC today.
After a quick stop for breakfast in the hotel, we loaded the cars back up and headed south. …
... morning, Todd was back to work and we had to delay our take off for Sioux Falls. About 350 miles across HWY 90 to our destination. We should have stopped at Wall Drug or even 1880 Town; however, we were just not in the mood for funny pictures or gimmicky tourist souvenirs. I did get a few photos from the road…
Sioux Falls KOA is located on top of HWY 90!! The traffic, diesel air brakes, military planes & locomotive horns drill ...
On Sunday morning, we packed our suitcases and made our way to the train station in order to board the Eurostar train to take us to Paris. Who would have ever thought that it would be possible to take a train from England to France? The trip to the hotel was slightly longer than planned as we realized that we did not know but two words in French, but regardless, we made it! After checking in at the hotel and enjoying ...
Well, it’s 9pm, and all 3 kids are fast asleep, and I’m on my second glass of TGI Mudslide, so i think the pool will have to wait for another day. The pace should relax a bit tomorrow, as we’ve only got to drive 340 miles to Rapid City and spend 2 nights in a hotel there, whilst doing a bit of sight seeing. Should be a good day...hoping to pop into Nebraska, and also check out some nuclear missiles, as you ...
... site for Plains Indian tribes who have quarried stone for pipes from the site for hundreds of years. Still do, though there is long wait for permits. We saw a carver making one at the visitor center. The pipes are a primary communication between the spirit power and human beings. We attempted to watch the 22 minute, purportedly award winning, NPS film. Heads turned as Owen let out a huge belch and began to cry around minute 11, so ...