SpringHill Suites Sioux Falls
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... We stopped mid morning at a Walmart. Here we had a mission to get various things for up coming theme parties. A Halloween party, a whiteboard party and an anything but clothes party. All these would take place in the future. I got some supplies and started on the costume hunt.
Back on the coach we watched a movie, did some reading, relaxed and then stopped for lunch. I went to a place called ...
... George I. Seney.
The seven-story, Sioux Quartzite from the site opened in 1881. At the time of its construction, the mill was one of the most advanced in America. The mill could process 1,500 bushels a day. It closed in 1883 due to inadequate water power and a short supply of wheat.
Several companies tried in vain to make the mill a success. In 1929 it was converted into a warehouse. In January 1956, fire destroyed the wooden roof and interior ...
At one point somewhere in Amish country, the gas needle dipped below E. The Amish countryside, where machinery is frowned upon, is not the ideal place to be low on gas, but luckily we managed to get through it and into St Charles, a small town off of the I-90 without the extreme terror sweats that recently occurred in New Brunswick. That close call is really all the excitement we experienced today. I was hoping for ...
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. ...
... s face and the hole where his arm separates from the mane of his horse. They have outlined the horse's head on the mountain, but overall not a lot has been done on the mountain compared to my last visit.
We walked through the museum at the base of the mountain for a while and that was where I noticed the differences. I remember there being only one small building in this location, but now they have expanded that building to add several more rooms ...