Sheraton Sioux Falls Hotel & Conference Center
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... MN. We saw Corn, Soy Beans, Corn, Cows, Corn, Soy Beans more corn and corn. We are definately in the corn belt. Hell, this is the corn shirt, pants and belt. We have NEVER seen so much corn in our lives.
Tomorrow we join the bikers staying here in the Days Inn with us on the ride to Stugis and sights in Black Hills. Wall Drug here we come.
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... hotel from the free beer and nibbles between 5-7. Back in the room I decided to have a nosy in the guest information file and found a couple of miles down the road there was a Veterans of Foreign Wars lounge and restaurant. I called them to see if they allowed non members in, which they did, so we took a trip down there. Initially it was quite strange, as everyone knew everyone else, but we started a conversation up with some guys and ended up having the ...
State 3: just outside Sioux City, Iowa, the interstate lead us into South Dakota, where beef cattle was added to the scenery. Massively large cattle farms lined along the road also greet travelers with the aroma of manure. (Strangely, it's a pleasant smell to me as it reminds me of summers at my grandparents.)
A change of interstate to I-90 took us east to west across the entire state of South Dakota. The same ...
These are 75-mile-an-hour shots of roadside scenes between Rapid City and Sioux Falls, SD
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... was driving and bravely did not flinch or put us in danger. Phew. The damage didn't make the car dangerous to drive so we continued on...
The Corn Palace in Mitchell, SD was an iconic stop for me in my youth, with its exterior murals using field, pop and multi-colored corn cobs to depict images related to an annual theme. 2013 is "We Celebrate" and the murals this year featured everything from sports to the nativity. Unable to go inside because, as ...