Thunderbird Lodge Mitchell
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a pleasant surprise, a beautiful town, comparable to the size of Ipswich. After lunch we headed out to Falls Park. A magnificent parkland with the Big Sioux River flowing through the centre. The falls formed 14,000 years ago when a glacial ice sheet diverted the course of the river, exposing underlying quartzite leaving what we see today.
It is impeccably maintained with lush green grass for ...
... off our bucket list plus it was totally worth the ruckus we caused with the horse mask. You should have seen/heard this little Asian couple, too stoked! And the first couple we asked to take the picture, "use your spurs". Although Keystone was pretty awesome the best place South Dakota has to offer is a place called WALL DRUG. Driving through SD Wall Drug has about a million billboards advertising services they offer, and ...
... to the world that South Dakota had a healthy agricultural climate.
Eight years before the turn of the 20th century -1892- when Mitchell, South Dakota was a small, 12-year-old city of 3,000 inhabitants - the WORLD'S ONLY CORN PALACE was established on the city’s Main Street. During its over 100 years of existence, it has become known worldwide and now attracts more than a half a million visitors annually. The palace was conceived as a gathering ...
Oh my gosh. What to say about today. I am speechless. When I got up this morning, the first thing I did was look out the window. Back in 1966, the last time I visited Mt. Rushmore, I never got to see it because it was shrouded in a thick fog. What a disappointment. So, this was my second chance and I was nervous about the weather, especially considering how the skies had been acting since we have been up here. When I ...
... know thay arent, but thats the easiest way to describe them) look similar. Apparently these ones today are formed by volcanic activity, whereas Bryce were by water and ice. For those who are technically minded.
The run throough was uneventful, and when we got to the Tourist Info booth to pay, we cashed in the $75 we had already spent, so it only cost us £5 for a months pass to all national parks, which expires today, instead of $20 for justy this one. However, there are no more ...