Ramada Mitchell Hotel and Conference Center
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- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Golf Course
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Travel Blogs from Mitchell
... 8217;s nice, quiet little place with mostly people like us going through.
Tomorrow, our plan is to head over to Wall, SD and spend some time there before heading over to Custer. We found a campground on the advice of Bridgette & Bob Castro. We plan to stay in the Custer area for a few days to see all the beautiful sights there.
I’ll try my hand at adding photos…
This morning I awakened in a little neighborhood about 50 miles West of Mitchell. I was again so tired of driving last night that I pulled off into a little town that felt perfectly safe. It was late and I didn't feel like finding a campground...I. Doubt that one existed out there anyway. I had also thought perhaps my car was making a high squealing noise...which turned out to be grooves in the road that I could see this morning. Surprisingly, I awoke about 6AM ...
... have you ever thought about what you want played at your funeral?" -"Yes, I have a playlist already" Mrs Shimko Shimmy tells her mom the songs she was thinking of, Mrs Shimkos response "So unoriginal" Shimmy's mouth drops, "that is outrageous!" We also saw a Camel today, Shimmy was ecstatic! : -"The camels at the fortress in Belgrade are super unhealthy because the mob owns them" Sama -"What exactly does an unhealthy camel ...
... 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. ...
... Bad Lands. This land is not good for growing cattle, or growing grain or growing vegetables…it is not good for much of anything…except…it is absolutely beautiful. And I thought, this morning we saw a beautiful sculpture created by man, and this afternoon we are seeing incredible sculptures created by God, for only God could create something so beautiful. I will have to allow the photos to speak for ...