Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Rapid City
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Drove back into Cody this morning to get a coffee (the free breakfasts at all the hotels consist of juice, cereal, toast, sometimes hot dishes and the worst percolated coffee ever, so our first stop in the morning is always a decent coffee!) and found that "Hicksville" was a much different place on a Sunday morning. The few people in the street and at the coffee shop were almost normal and all the hillbillies had left town! We had a quick look around and found that mostly it ...
... it determines the temperature - now we're back to just 4000 ft it's much warmer, even though we are considerable further north).
As well as experiencing wonderful scenery we've visited a few historic sites recently: wagon wheel tracks made by emigrants on their way west on the Oregon Trail, a sandstone cliff where they inscribed their names in the 1850's & 60's, and Fort Laramie, initially a trading post for fur trappers but ...
... tourists towns in the Black Hills. It has the old town feel without the cheesy tourist overload. We ate lunch at a great restaurant called Desperado. It is located in an old, old building that has large log timber construction. They featured local buffalo that was very good. After lunch we browsed a few shops and then set off for Crazy Horse. As we have driven through the Black Hills we have encountered lots of Corvettes, both new and old. They are here ...
... strong because there was going to be breakfast that would need to be made, laundry to be done and kids to be taken care of, before heading to Rapid City. Upon returning to the house, I found the kids up and running around, along with a happy looking husband. At least he had an espresso in his hand. Leda's girls are so helpful, they took care of making Art an espresso. Then we got to work making breakfast burritos. I worked on ...