Quality Inn And Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... interesting...but they give you free beer to play so it was a plus....got some scratch tickets to take back to the home too! We had a chill evening with a good dinner, cards and booze....feeling good. Tomorrow is all rain all day so we are looking forward to a day in to relax, sleep in and get caught up on postcards, travel blog and some us time.
Lessons from the day:
1. The wind is a *****, so stay on your toes
2. Everything is ...
... As we called around on Saturday, we found out quickly that most campgrounds were booked within a hundred miles of Sturgis. We found one with space available in a field about 20 minutes from downtown Sturgis. In a field, meant, in a field! We had out first experience "dry" camping. That is, no water, no sewer, no electric hookups. Our coach is fully capable of "dry" camping for several days as we have a generator for power and large sewer and fresh water tanks. It turned out to be ...
No tornados last night, thank goodness. We woke up to a beautiful morning breeze overlooking the corn fields right outside our front window. It's a nice sunny morning and it is so pretty outside. We left the campground around 9:30 for South Dakota. We decided to take the interstate part of the way (Interstate 90) and the winds were just unbelievable. On the way we stopped in Blue Earth, MN ...
... before, but just wanted an inexpensive place to sleep. The room had a strange smell that we were not sure if the previous hotel guest had a cat or if it was Jared or Dawson’s stinky feet or if it was just a stale smelling hotel room. At any rate we tried to get to sleep so we could wake up early and get back on the road again.
Enjoying the waterfalls at Sioux Falls ...
... or drug protocols they might recommend. I was thorough with my questions and entertaining with my demeanor. If nothing else, I am confident that the Sanford Travel Clinic folks will remember me for a long time. :)
So what is recommended to a traveler making a mission trip to the Dominican? Flu shot. Tetanus. Hepatitis A. <Unless you are planning to get tatted up somewhere...then you need Hepatitis B too...I ...