Super 8 Redfield
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Business Services
- Free parking
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This little stop along the road to Rushmore was full of surprises. It had everything a traveler needs, from yummy lunch to groceries for the cooler.
This building has existed in some form since the railroad came to Oacoma in 1906. It has been grown and updated quite a bit. But they still sell coffee for a ...
... river. Arriving in Chamberlain we went to a very dodgy bar and Sandra found her new favourite drink: Black Velvet, toasted caramel! We got invited to a second round by the owner! 20 years ago David spent a year in Chamberlain so he was curious to see how much had ...
... it’s way around a bit better when I get to the eastern States where there are way more roads!
I did see something beside the road that struck me as pretty funny yesterday. There was a homemade sign, looking a little weathered, announcing ‘Born Again Taxidermy’ and then something about ‘… alive again’. Maybe it wasn’t meant to be funny but I’ve been smiling about that all day. ...
I was wondering what they did with the endless fields of corn... Once you've seen an out house done in corn, no need to ask any more questions.
Next stop Al's Oasis for breakfast. Lots of bison on the menu.
I slept well, but was a bit disappointed there was no continental breakfast, however since it is a conference center there was a restaurant on the premises, so I am sure they didn't want to compete with the room service offered. It was predicted to be rainy, and sure enough it was cold, cloudy and rainy, however, it got really nasty when I was about to Chamberlain/Oacoma! The wind was incredibly strong, and I was getting pushed all over the ...