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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... was called. He was respected and admired throughout his career and was the natural choice for first president of the fledging country. Jefferson was chosen because he was the author of the Declaration of Independence, but also because he doubled the size of the country by concluding the Louisiana Purchase with France. Lincoln was chosen because he held the country together during the Civil War and by freeing the slaves through the ...
... sticking their heads in car windows. Wild kingdom! One white one comes to our car and scratches his nose on the rear view window. Goes around the back and scratches on the other mirror. We slowly inch forward but are stopped by another burro, who is getting fed from the guy in the truck. He’s a volunteer and comes out to feed them carrots when he can. He gives me a couple of carrots so I can feed the burro. He tells me to put the ...
Drive day again today, this time from Sioux Falls to Key Stone, South Dakota which is home to the Black Hills, Badlands and Mount Rushmore. The easiest way to explain what the Badlands is by describing a Looney Tunes cartoon with Wylie Coyote and Road Runner. I just kept expecting to see dumbbells falling from the cliffs and hearing the classic 'meep meep'. Walking ...
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After the colors were down, the ranger went through the folks on the stage and had every single person give their name and their branch of service. Nancy and I both found it very interesting that almost the entire audience remained standing throughout this process.
The next day we bummed around Hill City. This included grocery shopping, laundry, etc. We also met our new neighbors, who had come in late in ...
... south-east entrance of the Badlands National Park. After lunch we drove the Badlands State Scenic Highway and exited through the Pinnacle entrance. It was a beautiful ride with incredible scenery. Our next stop was Wall where we browsed around and had some five cent coffee. From there we headed home. It turned out to be a 200+ mile ride and well worth ...