Mineral Palace Hotel and Gaming

601 Historic Main Street, Deadwood, South Dakota, 57732, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 601 Historic Main Street, Deadwood, is near Adams Museum, Saloon No. 10, Adams House, and Broken Boot Gold Mine.
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    Travel Blogs from Deadwood

    Holy motorcycles Batman!!!! Love Love Love

    A travel blog entry by janellemoore on Jul 30, 2014

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    Good morning loved ones! It's 7:30am here…. 9:30 am out your way. Dad and I had one heck of an amazing day yesterday. Our first stop was Mount Rushmore. In traveling up the side of the mountain to get to see those 4 fellas, we were surprised to discover signs for a Reptile Garden with lizards and crocodiles, Wa Tiki Indoor Water Park, Cosmos Mystery Area, Old McDonald’s Petting ...

    Day Three

    A travel blog entry by danielstravels on Jul 04, 2014

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    The car was loaded up early because we had a long drive to South Dakota. The girls would like to have stayed at the campground an extra day. However, we have too many places to go. We stopped at the Corn Palace in Mitchell, SD. Part of the display was down for renovations, but it was neat to see large scenes made from corn. The drive went from flat and somewhat boring to hilly and beautiful immediately after crossing the Missouri ...

    Deadwood/Sheridan

    A travel blog entry by jetta52481 on Aug 18, 2013

    14 photos

    ... shredded into long, thin strips. I learned that the Lakota's hunting method was to herd bison toward a precipice, or buffalo jump. Hunters working together could spook bison, getting them to stampede over a hidden drop off. Running bison, with no hint about the change in the lay of the land, raced toward certain death. People waiting at the bottom of the jump butchered the animals after they fell.
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    Back in the USA Eventually

    A travel blog entry by chrisandjanet on Jul 21, 2013

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    ... was the finest value for money lunch we have had in all our trip. Excellent sushi…. with soup, Chinese prawns and crab, as much as you could eat, bottomless coke, dessert, and coffee, all for the princely sum of a fiver each. The rest of the town was a bit like Wath Upon Dearne. We camped at The Sitting Bull Campground which shows we were getting into some serious Indian Territory, and next day off to see the Crazy Horse Memorial. This was impressive ...

    Deadwood and Devil's Tower

    A travel blog entry by frguido on Jun 15, 2013

    11 photos

    ... Sharps, Remingtons and many others, plus saddles, holsters, knives and so on. The pictures don't do it justice. I acquired a Sharps Carbine and a Spencer Repeating Rifle.

    The Combat Veterans Association, a motorcycle group, was having its annual convention there and I passed hundreds of bikes from all over the country during the past week with riders wearing their patch headed for Deadwood. With all the tourists pouring in for Wild Bill Days ...