Historic Log Cabins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Historic Log Cabins Hot Springs
Travel Blogs from Hot Springs
... me was you went faster when you lie down! I made it to to the bottom although a couple of times I thought I was going to flip over. I did manage to skin my toe on landing which proceeded to bleed enough for me to call it quits for the day. As it turned out Zoe and her newly found friends spent the next hour going up and down at least a dozen times on the two different water slides in the pool. I was not missed at all!
Another excitement of ...
... under construction for many years. Even though it is still under construction, it is an awesome sight. However, we are well broke, so we didn't pay to go right up to the foot of the monument.
We pressed on through winding narrow roads toward Mt Rushmore, which we kind of found by accident. It was almost literally "oh there it is!" Again our budget robbed us of the opportunity to wrestle with annoying tourists in the carpark, but we did manage ...
... having lunch at the Visitor's Center, we departed Pactola, went back through Hill City, and South of town stopped at "Prairie Berry Winery." We've been to several wineries and this one was wonderfully interesting. It was much larger than I would have expected in Western South Dakota, and well laid out and stocked. Dolly did the tasting - they offered a taste of five of their wines...free and even gave her another one, because she asked about the sweetness ...
... These did not exist and we drove to a small town called Rochford which was comprised of a saloon and a small general store in a very picturesque setting amidst the Black Hills forest. A kind gentleman gave us good directions to aNational Forest campground on Deerfield Lake, about 12 miles down a gravel road. There we lucked into a beautiful campsite on the shore of this lake and enjoyed the rest of the beautiful afternoon. Given ...
... of us Then on to Wind Cave where I survived a cave tour; actually it was a lot easier than the Saving Nemo submarine ride at Disneyland Wind Cave National Significance Most boxwork of any known cave, most complex 3D rectilinear maze cave (network maze), fifth longest cave in the world, one of the most diverse mineralogical and speleothem assemblages and one of the largest barometric wind caves in the United States. Then on to our Kozy Kabin at the Hot Springs, SD ...