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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... out, there is heaps of stuff that we would like to see here. On Sunday morning, we rose early and headed out to see Mount Rushmore. On the way, I had mentioned to Julie that I hoped I didn’t have the same disappointment as I did with the Statue of Liberty. You see, the thing about the Statue of Liberty is that it’s tiny. Every postcard and overhead shot has it overlooking the city of New York, when in fact you can ...
... closed because they will climb on our car. It was getting hot. Another reason to start out early. I mean HOT. Im not complaining. While we were in line, paul was getting irritating because it was taking them a very long time to take money and send us through and the other line was moving along. With the windows down, Paul announces how long it's taking. Then says to us, "there are two lines in this place. One for idiots and one for people who actually want to go into ...
It was time to move our motor home to another site for three days. Then we get a more permanent site again for 21 days. With Hart Ranch you can get a site for a maximum of 21 days, then you need to be out of the regular sites for 9 days before you can return for 21 days again. While most people stay in "the meadows" for their nine days we ...
... on and they told us it is a national Corvette gathering in the Black Hills. Most are headed to Spearfish, South Dakota just past Sturgis. We headed back to Rapid City to check into our hotel. The hotel has large indoor waterpark and the kids need a break after our crazy long day yesterday. The adults relaxed in the humid water park while the kids rode the water slides. The water park was very busy for a Wednesday afternoon. We cleaned up ...
... weather and it was when we took a detour off the Interstate highway to drive through the Badlands National Park, a 244,000 acre area of amazing sharply eroded buttes, pinnacles and spires blended with the largest uh disturbed prairie land in the US. The Park is home to coyotes, bobcats, rattlesnakes, bison and big-horn sheep - we saw a small herd of the latter - our first live native animal on ...