Guesthouse Inn & Suites Sioux Falls
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... had to find a place that has hot dogs on the menu and he was successful! A place called "Starz" on the outskirts of the city so we headed there. You won't believe the hot dog with chili he ate - check out the picture!! He rode his bicycle after we got back to work it off!
On Monday we went back to downtown. It's such a nice area with lots of stores, restaurants and art work along the sidewalks. It was quite busy too. We ...
... so a real long day. We got into Sioux Falls at 0930pm it was well dark and not easy to navigate to the hotel in this fairly lively place.
A quick change and down to the local Mexican grill for a meal and a couple of beers seemed to help put the day behind us.
We started with seven in our riding group and ended up with just four of us by the end of the day, People getting lost taking the ...
... past years.
Upon pulling into Sioux Falls, we left Interstate 90 and turned onto Interstate 29, then turned onto I-229 before taking the Louise exit. Even without the GPS, it was just a few blocks before we pulled up to John and Dani's home on Crane Ave.
Over the course of the next few days, we ate often, thoroughly enjoyed Hailee's softball tournament (they took first place) and even got to ...
... having to wean Ralph off their fired chicken.....
Tonight we checked in at Yogi Bears campground in Sioux Falls, SD. Essentially we crossed the entire state today. Yes, it is that Yogi Bear.
Now I'm finishing the laundry, and somewhere along the way we appear to have gained an hour in time so I guess we are now on Central time.
Goodnight all, we 'll be heading Iowa, Kansas and who knows where else ...
... 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 ...