Red Roof Inn Sioux Falls
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We needed provisions after leaving the Badlands therefore, continued east on Interstate 90 towards Sioux Falls, South Dakota. This would be a good point to pick up Interstate 29 and head south so that we would continue to have good weather. We visited downtown Sioux Falls for lunch which they have been revitalizing the downtown region. And a trip to Sioux Falls Park to see the falls themselves. ...
... 110 mph and just sat back and watched the miles tick away, until we got to a town called Wall in Badlands South Dakota. As you ride in the sign tells you the population is 818 people so pretty small however the town looks like a throw back to the Wild West and the cafe has seating for 510 people!!!!, Go figure that. That said it was busy and it must get a lot of interstate traffic ( wheel you hope so) Crazy bunch of shops, some ...
... was so sweaty that it kept sticking to my trousers and folding skin over. Bloody agony! Had to ride East along the I80 which is truck central. Not an enjoyable ride. Got into Des Moine and tried to find Tara and Chris' Place. Chris is an old friend of Michelle's who invited us over to stay. Bit of a nightmare to find as their street wasn't on GPS. Tara had done us a great pasta meal and we drank gallons of water to rehydrate. Played with their little sausage dog ...
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As we entered Minnesota, we crossed the Mississippi River with all oxen still in good health. Minnesota didn't prove to be too vibrant aside from the thousands of windmills that we saw but we found a good local restaurant and pub named the Green Mill Pub in Albert Lea, MN that served some great eats. Jaclyn was basically looking forward to desert during the entire meal (surprising, I ...
... This has been our longest day so far driving 350 miles, I know that isn't much, but when you are pulling a trailer up hill and with a side wind, that is a long way. South Dakota has strict rules on no overnight parking at rest stops, they say they issue fines for camping in the rest stop. We needed a Walmart! Believe it or not I downloaded an App ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking