Rapid City Days Inn

Address: 1901 W. Main St., Rapid City, South Dakota, 57702, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 1901 W. Main St., Rapid City, is near Cosmos of the Black Hills, Dinosaur Park, Storybook Island, and Journey Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Rapid City

Day 36: Friends, Coors, and Sunsets

A travel blog entry by nikl_us on Oct 06, 2014

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... where I didn't have the safety of friends at my destination. It was an uncomfortable situation, and I wanted to get rid of it since it was affecting me. Luckily, I quickly remembered my mantra for the trip: learn to embrace the challenge before us, accept the anxiety that accompanies it, and be grateful for the opportunity to experience it. Of course, as if orchestrated by the gods, as soon as I reset my brain and aligned my thoughts, I noticed a beautiful sunset that colored ...

On the road to Sturgis

A travel blog entry by trevorrose on Aug 17, 2014

... Outback Steakhouse" close by and we decided to give them the privilege of having real Australian diners! They were totally oblivious to the fact that we were Aussies and no one even commented on our accents. The decorations inside were just so not like Australia it was funny - a picture depicting Uluru made it look like a cow pat!!!!! So today didn't really feature any great sights or scenes, just a myriad of different soil types and features, but it was a thoroughly enjoyable ...

Rapid City Day 29

A travel blog entry by theprocters on Jul 20, 2014

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... learned that it was one of the oldest caves discovered in North America and is considered a dry cave. Also, the Civilian Conservation Corps or CCC, a Federal work-relief program set up by President Roosevelt during the depression (1933-1942), was responsible for building the cement stairs and walkways inside the cave as well as carving out the 200' elevator shaft by hand. No explosives were used. And the ...

Day 7 - Touring Western South Dakota

A travel blog entry by jrammon on Jul 18, 2014

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... it up close. This of course means they cannot be working on it so I am not sure if it will ever be finished. We had seen enough, maybe too much, so we set off for a second visit to Mt Rushmore. Mt Rushmore was carved between 1927 and 1941. It cost nearly $1 million dollars and their primary tool was dynamite. The four Presidents were chosen to represent specific attributes of America. * President Washington, the first President, represents Birth. Birth of ...

On the Road Again: Parker to Rapid City

A travel blog entry by art.gomez.737 on Jun 17, 2014

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... and flatlands the entire trip. Pretty much nothing to see, and no where to pee. So you can imagine what we had to do for potty breaks. We got into Rapid City before the storm hit, there was a tornado watch in the area. Our guardian angels were watching over us. We checked into our hotel and went out to dinner. You see whenever we finish our days' journey, our children are pretty close to losing it, and they go crazy when they get into ...