Martin Mason Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... McDonalds and decided to be at Black Hills Burger and Bun at 5:00 so we could try it. After more driving, shopping in Custer, and a visit to the candy store, we finally got to try the burger place rated #1 by Tripadvisor. Good, but no steak and shake. Nothing is. We got pie at Purple Pie Spot and it was good. Hope for better weather ...
... that you can see individual ears and colors. They are secured by using a power nail gun and the outside murals are changed every year. The inside ones are there permanently. The pictures of the murals in the circles depict the history and culture of the white man and the Indians and their coming together in peace in the middle symbolized by the clasped hands. The building is used as a convention center and hosts concerts, basketball games, and any other event you can think of. ...
... We plan the meal based on the number of pots/pans are needed, then prep on the stove & finish in the microwave. The weather is proving a challenge with each day bringing a combination of shower, thunder & lightning with temperatures in the high 20's. A lazy picnic day at Lake Robaiux; a guided bus tour of historic Deadwood featuring the life & times of Wild Bill Hickok. As the guide said, without Wild ...
... Mount Moriah to view the gravesite of Wild Bill and Calamity Jane, it was a steep drive up the mountain! We went into town to gather our picture and checkout the gift shops someone. That was a mistake lol....Brian and I both really enjoyed the unique stores. The girls got cowgirl hats and rock pouches, Cameron a belt (camo with shot gun tips), Brian found his belt buckle he's been waiting for, and he spoiled me with a beautiful white gold black hills gold ring. Time to ...
... mark where the warriors fell. There were not many red ones. On last stand hill the toll was heavy and this is where Custer fell. Like our ANZAC day this place is revered and only the day before we arrived was yet another Anniversary. We spent about 5 hours walking and finally driving the tour route, a truly remarkable ...