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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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 …
I always knew that this road trip would include a stop at Mt. Rushmore. I had never been there before, and I do think we all should seize the opportunities to see these monuments and learn about the history of our country.
But I have to be honest. I thought it would be a little cheesy. I thought I would walk up, snap a picture to prove I was there, and move on. ...
... to go to the lighting ceremony of Mount Rushmore. I have been to see the faces twice, but never at night. It was started by a ranger talk. He did a great speech about having the American spirit without any preachy-ness. Then we watched a video that reviewed each president and their impact on American history. After the video, we looked up and the faces were lit up. The talk and the video were ...
... has been made since we brought Steve and Scott here in the early 1970s! The head of Chief Crazy Horse is now mostly done, and they are focusing on his out stretched arm which will be 250 feet long! We spent about 2 hours there, watching a movie about its history, then wandering through the various exhibits and museums they have assembled there. Look up this attraction on the Internet as it is quite a story and undertaking.
Back home in time for dinner which was quite good. ...
... hotel by about 4.45pm and we caught up with sorting, and writing my diary and checking emails etc. before dinner. Tonight's dinner is supposed to be a Farewell Dinner for some people who are leaving the tour tomorrow - about 10 of them I think. (Later) A nice dinner at the hotel, and we sat with Warren and Mike. Later a group of us went to Murphy's Irish pub, and we got home ...