A Bridge View Inn

115 North River Street, Chamberlain, South Dakota, 57325, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 115 North River Street, Chamberlain, is near Akta Lakota Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Chamberlain

    Day 16

    A travel blog entry by glenmunkus on Aug 12, 2014

    7 photos

    ... the agenda today, for anyone who doesn't know it's Lincoln, Jefferson, Washington and Roosevelt carved into a mountain. It was... Alright. Heading towards Badlands, we stopped at Walldrug town to look at the cheesy American merchandise. When we got into Badlands National Park we saw Prairie dogs, which are basically gofers, jumping from burrow to burrow whilst watching us. Further in we did a couple of short walks around ...

    Heading East - Mt. Rushmore and Badlands

    A travel blog entry by aimz822 on Jul 11, 2014

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... comes to light in his diatribe, first the Declaration of Independence, secondly, the ice-cream recipe). Rob did buy a $5 T-shirt to commemorate the visit, please if you see him wearing it someday, stop and ask him about what his feelings are about the individuals depicted in the monument, should make for some lively conversation! He refused the ice-cream. Guess you can figure out his feelings about Tommy!

    The day wasn't half over ...

    Travel, travel, travel...

    A travel blog entry by asearle87 on Aug 24, 2013

    6 photos

    Our life living out of suitcases is slowly growing old. I am writing this as i sit on the bus driving through the middle of no where. It is nice to see rolling plains and not built up cities. We travelled to Minneapolis day before yesterday. That was great. We went on the original water ducks at Wisconsin. Jarrod thought they were real ducks, but they are an amphibious vechile that they used in the war. That was a ...

    Tidy up for Tornado Scares!

    A travel blog entry by galpals on Jul 24, 2013

    10 photos

    ... people who wished us luck and safety in the van. As we drove I noticed how much cooler the roads are: let's just say it feels like everyone's going cross country! Cars are so out, RV's are what's in! So many families with kids of all ages traveling together, what a childhood, and I even saw an aged man in a wheel chair ring lowered on an automatic platform from his moving home! Traveling is living! In the happy state we had some funny old situations! At one ...

    Through the badlands, headed east!

    A travel blog entry by zonas on Jun 25, 2013

    1 comment, 47 photos

    ... straighter, flatter road east!! It was a white knuckle ride through the Badlands, but it was the most incredible scenery!!, just stunning, I took endless pictures that just don't do the area justice!! It was so amazing to be driving through the cliffs, valleys, canyons and hills, not just observing from above!! On my list of favorites, so beautiful!! On to Minnesota in the ...