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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We began our day bright and early so we could reach our destinations and have the maximum amount of time for sightseeing. Our first stop was "The Corn Palace". Really, you have to Google this place. It's the true meaning of "kitsch". The building is used for shops, basketball games and as an amphitheater. The exterior is covered with murals made …
... from the animals, we drove on a road that had tunnels that lined up with Mount Rushmore. We couldn't get any good pictures because there were too many cars on the road. But it was a really neat surprise as you are going through the tunnel to see the Presidents perfectly framed by the tunnel.
We were staying at the Powder House Lodge for this evening. The reason I am mentioning this ...
... honored (good history lesson for us all), singing of the national anthem while the mountain was being lit and concluding with all military veterans assembling on stage for the lowering of the American flag for the day. There were several hundred people attending the 45 minute ceremony-very inspiring.
We literally dropped into bed about 10:15PM and were soon sound asleep. Another busy day is scheduled. This trip is more tiring than the adult trips we ...
... seemed to be in her glory!
Lunch at a local restaurant was next and that was the most disappointing part of the day. We each tried something different. Zoe's cheeseburger was probably the best of the lot, although everyone liked the small bowl of buffalo stew I had. The chicken salad was served on an untoasted muffin. Fresh, large chocolate chip cookies saved the day however.
It was then off to the Chief Crazy Horse monument that has been under construction since ...
We celebrated Canada Day by doing absolutely nothing! We caught up on the Wimbledon tennis (what was wrong with Serena Williams?!) and watched the US lose to Belgium in football. But we heard that my brother-in-law, Ben, had a mild heart attack yesterday and was probably going to have stint surgery. We'll keep him in our thoughts and prayers for a speedy ...