Guesthouse Inn & Suites Sioux Falls
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Travel Blogs from Sioux Falls
... owners were extremely welcoming and friendly; the office was small but organized. Things were looking up ... We were then escorted through the campground by golf cart passed rows of RV's, nicely spaced with LOTS of green, green grass and large shade trees. Green grass is always thrilling to us because we live in a desert community where grass is reserved for the golf courses.
The "first" space be backed into had several little yappy dogs in a doggie ...
... helicopter rotors in full flight.
Away from the windmills, the wind tirelessly waltzes in the tall green grass turning its blades from shiny to matte and back again. Red farms and barns, usually paired with missile shaped storage silos watch over the giant fields where this endless dance takes place. Sometimes there is a curve in the road. Usually a slight curve.
Accompanied by the constant hum of the tires and ...
... stop in a quaint place called Wall ( known as Walldrug) we had a wander about. In five years, it has grown a little bit and even now boasts Badland Harley store. It's a very unique, quirky little town which Vicky, Julie and Karl enjoyed - Karl of course, being the consummate shopper, extraordinaire.
The town was named after the formation of the only drugstore in town, in 1931 on the edge of the South Dakota ...
... small swimmer's pool which measured approx. 15x6m): only bounce once on the diving board, dont get on the ladder of the 3m board before the person in front has jumped, don't run, etc. etc....It's all for safety, stupid! At 4.50 sharp all kids not accompagnied by parents had to leave the pool, we stayed until 6. After check-in in our hotel we head for historic downtown. This is a beautifully maintained street like out of ...
... facility building that is decorated each year (actually has to be done twice a year) with corn cobs and corn stalks. They cut the cobs in half and do murals on the outside of the building. There are 275,000 cobs of corn used each year in twelve different colours. The corn isn't dyed - it is grown in those special colors (somehow). We were able to take the dog inside as long as we carried him. He's actually pretty heavy after ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center