Palace Express Lead

Address: 395 Glendale, Lead, South Dakota, 57754, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 395 Glendale, Lead, is near Broken Boot Gold Mine, Silverado, Homestake Mine, and Black Hills Mining Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Lead

      Night 5: Dry and Wet in the Black Hills

      A travel blog entry by splencner on Jun 27, 2014

      15 photos

      ... dried out most of the Badlands quickly, although some muddy spots remained. As we climbed into the hills near Rapid City the sun still dominated, but I could see clouds to the northwest. The temp took a dose dive as we ascended into the mountains and as cloud cover increased . During and after the thunderstorm that hit in the early evening, temps were in the 50's where they remain tonight. The roof on the tent failed us last night. I love our Coleman 12x10 ...

      Spearfish

      A travel blog entry by theprocters on Jun 19, 2014

      16 photos

      This morning Jane gave us an official tour of the fish hatchery. It was my first trip to a fish hatchery so I was fascinated. Grant was working (volunteering) at the train car. It was an exact replica of the cars that transported the fish to different parts of the country. It was an interesting science on how they did it. Later in the afternoon, Grant and Jane took us for a drive to nearby Belle ...

      Wyoming Is Wonderful!

      A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads on Jul 23, 2013

      2 comments, 13 photos

      ... for the men to raise Old Glory upon reaching the top. The wives operated a refreshment stand and sold pieces of the flag as souvenirs. The Tower became a Fourth of July meeting place for families from area ranches. Approximately 5,000 climbers from all over the world come to climb the Tower's massive columns. A Park Ranger presented a talk to many of the visitors while we were there, describing the ...

      Deadwood and The Black Hills

      A travel blog entry by chadhanson on Sep 19, 2012

      67 photos

      ... the first thing you notice is that the town is really narrow. It sits in a tiny valley between two tall, lengthy hills. They have a history of bad flooding, and it's easy to see why! There's basically two very long streets. And then it's over. It seems like a town whose growth was stunted not only by the changing times and economy, but by physical location as well.

      We took a trolley ride through town, followed by a tour of the Adams House Museum, which contains ...

      Mt Rushmore and Deadwood

      A travel blog entry by jameszappia on Aug 04, 2012

      47 photos

      ... monument itself will be the largest statue in the world and the head alone of crazy horse could hold the Mt Rushmore sculpture and still have room left over.

      The final stop of the day as a stop at historic Deadwood, home of Wild Bill and Calamity Jane. This historic western town as it all, old time photos, saloons, shoot outs in the middle of the street BUT due to their ...