Super 8 Sioux Falls
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... impressive collection of Native American art and knowledge. (Including some of the original beads traded by the Dutch to purchase Manhattan Island...so the experts say.) They have also peppered their museum with a number of native artisans and authors to display their wares and converse with the tourists.
We bought some trinkets at the huge new gift store, walked past the restaurant now on site, and watched a Native American conduct a snake dance on ...
... for them to go through. One of the guys got off of their bike and headed to our car. He said, "you guys can feel free to go through."
I replied with, "Oh ok, I didn't want to go through and then scare them. Wasn't sure if you were taking a picture or not."
Motorcycle man says, "No we have plenty of pictures but don't personally want to drive through a herd this close. Ya know, they have those big horns and ...
... South Dakota.
Well what a surprise!! The 'World's Only Corn Palace' is huge and majestic and awe inspiring. What a treat to come across this icon in the middle of - it seemed nowhere - but I guess it's in the middle of 'corn country'!
The original Corn Palace was built in 1892 by the town and local farmers to display how fertile and productive their soil was in hopes of encouraging immigrant ...
... sure my mom doesn't have to worry about me. So regardless of my friends who were apparently lucky to survive their Dominican trips, this kid was headed to the travel clinic.
For those of you thinking of hitting up a travel clinic any time soon, let me share some tips: Asking questions about episodes of "Monsters Inside Me" as an icebreaker is a sure hit! And that Facebook video of the roundworm that emerged from ...
... that caught my eye! BTW, I LOVE the new styles for kids this year. Very reminiscent of the mid-late 80's.
Our second day in Rapid City, Todd was able to break away from work long enough for us to do a whirl wind sight seeing tour to Mt. Rushmore, Black Hills NP, Deadwood & Sturgis. We did get some photos in at Mt. Rushmore a drink in Deadwood and an early dinner in Sturgis, but otherwise we mostly enjoyed the drive on a beautiful day.
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed