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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... the length of the business area. Then we drove to the Falls Park in the lower end of town. It is a beautiful park that has the Big Sioux River falls right in the middle. The town is named for these falls. The town has done a fantastic job of making the park very accessible as well as beautiful. We walked around and read the various historical markers and learned a lot. There was a flour mill called Queen Bee Mill built in 1881 by ...
... etc but all managed to get back to the hotel under their own steam.
I started to realise today how big this country is - we spent most of the afternoon and some of the evening on one road which was about 250 miles long and dead straight for most of the route. The occasional town and village but mostly nothing but farmland growing sweetcorn.
Bob in our party got pulled over for speeding but managed ...
... play Legion Baseball in Dell Rapids!
We were somewhat concerned about how our tiny chihuahua would get along with Maddox, that is the Sioux Falls Griesenbrock's dog which is 10 times bigger than her. Actually, not too bad. For the most part (after letting Maddox know she wasn't interested in fun and games) she stayed pretty much to herself and maintained her rock solid stance of protecting us ...
... free iced water to the patched motorists who had been drive across the prairies heading west to visit the parks in Custer and Yellowstone. Her husband put up so e billboard along the road, and of course the motorists arrived in droves. Once they were there, they bought ice cream and other stuff as well. So Wall Drug was born, and now it consists of more than just the original store. We had been seeing billboards for it as r ...
I haven't been able to publish entries for a few days due to not having an Internet connection. We awoke this morning at a Walmart in Mitchell South Dakota. It turned out to be a handy location to have stopped because not only could we get a few groceries, we could walk to a Dollar Tree (where they have reading glasses for $1 each - I got four pairs) and also walk to a barber where Bob was able to get a much needed haircut. We ...