Super 8 Sioux Falls
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- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Left early to beat the heat on our way to Sioux falls, South Dakota. Little fact about South Dakota - there are slot machines everywhere in every gas station along the way...and they call them Casino's :) She drove good today - only a little bit of scary with the cross winds on the interstate that almost sent us off the road...other than that Miss Marybell was in a good mood today. Made it to Tower Campground in the early afternoon but we had to do ...
Today was a longer driving day.
Iowa was very green, not like last year when it was so dry. Corn and soybeans as far as the eye could see.
The Interstate 90 through Minnesota is terrible (very rough)! Remembered that from last year's trip, AFTER we decided to take this route this year. Where are our federal dollars at work?? May return to Ohio a different way.
Long driving day tomorrow.....
... 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 ...
... movie. We follow the sculpture trail - the city installs 50 sculptures along a marked walk. Every year people can vote for their favorite and the city then purchases the winner to install it somewhere on city ground. We enjoy the interesting art works! What we do not see is anything that traces the name Sioux back to the Indians. We have to wait until our next stop in Rapid City - there we will surely meet Indians!! Only ...
... color of water. They told us it's due to the minerals and vegetation in the water.
While we were in Sioux Falls we ran away and discovered Pipestone National Monument! What a wonderful discovery! It is located about 50 mile north east of Sioux Falls, in Pipestone, Minnesota, a charming little town with a nice campground! We decided we needed to come back here after we finish our business in Sioux Falls! We can't wait to be on the road ...