- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Inn Hill City
The room was large enough and clean. The bathtub was an advantage with a child. Plenty of towels. The indoor pool was a plus as it was super cold out. They also have a laundry area and have soap available. The front desk staff were helpful and check out was noon, providing time to do that laundry. The hot breakfast is the usual variety but it was hot and the cold food is kept in a frig to keep it cold. Easy driving to Mt. Rushmore and all surrounding sites. Would stay again.
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Hill City, South Dakota to Cheyenne, Wyoming. Right down the road from Rushmore is the unfinished Crazy Horse Mountain Sculpture. It dwarfs Rushmore, being taller then the Washington Monument on top of the mountain.
Started in 1948 by Korczak Zoilkowski, alone at the behest of chief …
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... not to disturb. Visitors are also warned that they must remain only on designated paths, so as not to disrespect the Native Americans' sacred ground. Even climbers are prohibited from scaling the tower during certain times of the year, for similar reasons. The mysticism surrounding the tower is just as incredible as the landscape.
Since I left Devils Tower around 3PM (Mountain Time), I was expecting to arrive in Cody, WY by about 8:30, ...
... formations in and among the hills. Being Texas-centric, we thought, "Looks a lot like the Davis Mountains in West Texas." The tunnels to get there, though, were interesting. They were all one-lane, and one was less than 10 feet wide.
In the evening, we went to Mount Rushmore. It's amazing seeing license plates from all over North America. Our waitress at the lodge had advised that the lighting ceremony at dusk was the best time to ...
... as they waited for assistance. I would have liked to have seen if they had to back their rig down the mountain. Obviously, they didn't read the previous warning signs - I guess it happens from time to time. We followed Hwy 87 passing through Horse Thief Canyon and stopped at Sylvan Lake for buffalo burgers - yummy! We saw Legion Lake and I really liked the Blue Bell Resort. ...