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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... We got to see how they design the murals and how they get the right colors in the right place. We visited the shops on the main street and bought the framework for a new piece of art for our lanai. Can't wait to start working on it.
... was Mt. Rushmore. While driving into Keystone, SD Shimmy and Sama couldn't help but notice all the awesome and random activities this little town had to offer. When Dorothy says she's not in Kansas anymore, we really think that she possibly ended up in South Dakota and the Wizard of Oz was actually based on places in this bizarre state. The little town of Keystone brings a lot to the table as a tourist attraction and Mt. ...
... and is otherwise unrecognizable. Riverview Park on the strip has turned into a animal park. There is the ol' upside down white house, which seems to be in every town like this. There's one in Branson and Pigeon Forge too. And then there's Paul Bunyan's Shanty. We stopped at Dunkin Donuts to grab some food and drove north along the river past the tacky tourist traps. I read about a hard-to-find spot where there was free public access via foot to the actual Dells. ...
9:51 AM I see why you guys call the truck "Big Red!"
9:52 AM yeah exactly why cuz its big and its red. Tick tock
2:26 PM How many miles did you get in yesterday Josh? Where are you now?
2:43 PM 650 miles and I don't know Tick tock
2:44 PM Do you know what state you're in?
2:45 PM South Dakota Tick tock
2:46 PM Thanks. Have ...
... know thay arent, but thats the easiest way to describe them) look similar. Apparently these ones today are formed by volcanic activity, whereas Bryce were by water and ice. For those who are technically minded.
The run throough was uneventful, and when we got to the Tourist Info booth to pay, we cashed in the $75 we had already spent, so it only cost us £5 for a months pass to all national parks, which expires today, instead of $20 for justy this one. However, there are no more ...