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TravelPod Member ReviewsSleep Inn Sioux Falls
This was a large room for a Sleep Inn. Very nicely decorated and had recliner. I love having a recliner since I use my computer a lot in the hotel rooms. It was clean and comfortable, with microwave, refrigrator, LCD TV and great air conditioning. the rooms always look fresh.
However, when we walked into the room the odor about knocked us down. There was a very strong odor. I opened the window hoping it would help. I finally found a vanilla plugin that was causing the problem. I sat it outside on the windows ledge. I would have asked to be moved to another room, but there were no more rooms available.
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... felt satisfied that it was productive.
Stopped in downtown Rapid City for a coffee. The town is known as the City of Presidents as there are life size presidential monuments on every corner, 40 in all I believe. We ran into George Washington, the big daddy of them all.
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... No offense to the residents of this area, but I could never imagine living there,
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... Jaclyn to dethrone him from the top spot.
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