Motel 6 Hot Springs
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Arrived Hot Springs S. Dakota.
Deer in yard by the motel.
Ask locals a good place to eat. It was at the local bowling alley.
It was very good. We had a nice stay at Hot Springs S Dakota.
On to the badlands.....
Next Custer State Park-Mt Rushmore-Crazy Horse-Sturgis....
Would you believe that I went out touring today and the temperature never went above 10 C and I enjoyed it!! Getting used to the cold but not the fog - up in the mountains I rode through big patches of fog and it was like taking a bath in crushed ice - the damp was devastating.
Started the day off with a 1 1/2 hr cave tour at Wind Cave and …
I hummed and hawed this morning deciding what to do and finally ended up booking 2 nights in a hotel in Hot Springs and heading out for Jewel Cave. It was cold, extremely cold I had on my thermal undies, T-shirt, long sleeved T, fleece pullover, motorcycle jacket and my rain suit with the hood up. That got me through to Jewel Cave (background - I …
Today was a very busy day. At our motel we met Tommy Thompson and had a long biker talk and discussed his Valkyrie. Great bike! We started off with breakfast at Denny's. Good food. Fueled up and were on our way. We decided to ride to Mt. Rushmore since we were in this area before moving on. On the way to Mt. Rushmore we rode into a storm. We …
... of their brand. They do have unique names for their wines - see the photos for some. We then continued to Custer and back down Highway 385, past Wind Cave and into Hot Springs. We continued through this interesting small town to a KOA just one half mile from the intersection of Highways 385 and 79.
We really like this KOA and met the owners who are friendly and fun to talk with. After settling into our campsite and relaxing a while, we headed back ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed