Red Roof Inn Sioux Falls
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... south. Our next stop would be Mt. Rushmore. We parked the coaches in a nearby WalMart parking lot, turned the generators on to keep the refrigerators running and drove south in the car. It was a very pretty drive through rolling hills and jagged rock formations. Somehow, in 1927, the faces of Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt and Lincoln were carved into the granite rock face. It is an amazing site to see. For example, the dimensions of George Washington's face are; forehead to chin-60 ...
... Dakota you could definitely see a change in the terrain - from flat to rolling hills. It's very very pretty and very green (must be from all the rain they have had). We arrived at the campground in Sioux Falls around 4:30 and it was raining and chilly. There is lots to do in SD and we plan on taking in some of the sights. Lots of restaurants, brew pups, scenic waterways, waterfalls, etc. ...
Sioux Falls wasn't meant to be a stopping point. But the government and weather really let us down, and we decided it was in our best interest to hang there for the night. We originally headed towards Sioux Falls because it was kind of on our way to Death Valley and Yellowstone and has one of the only VW dealerships in the upper Midwest. Why drive a safe German car when you can drive a Ford or a Chevy truck? Since the 5 month old car now ...
... wildlife in the form of a mountain goat and a woodchuck (I didn't even know there was an animal called a woodchuck until today!)
We ended up spending around 2 hours at Mount Rushmore which was longer than i had expected it to take to look at a mountain from different angles. Behind schedule for the day and needing to satisfy our new passion of looking at carvings in the side of mountains, we headed off to "Crazy Horse" Crazy Horse is a public funded ...
We drove from Chicago to Sioux Falls, SD—Left Chicago around 9am so we didn't run into a lot of traffic. Drove through Wisconsin and Minnesota. The landscape did not seem much different than the farms of Lancaster County. Uneventful drive—thank goodness. Saw many wind turbines along the way. Stopped for a picnic lunch at a rest stop along the way. We enjoyed using our Easy Pass so we ...