Ann's Motel

Address: 114 4th Avenue, Wall, South Dakota, 57790, United States | Motel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAnn's Motel Wall

Reviewed by j.boyd

Great Location, Great Service

Reviewed Oct 14, 2011
by (3 reviews) Xenia , United States Flag of United States

Ann's motel was the only motel opened when I arrived in town during the slow season, and I am very glad that it was. It was a really nice room, and at a really good price as well. There was a really nice size bathroom with a vanity off the side. The room was spectaularly clean and had plenty of hot water. And when your traveling, hot water makes a big differance. There were no laundry facilities there, but Ann being the sweet women she is, let me use the facilities to wash my clothes. I was so thankfull for that.
The location is perfect and is a 5 minute walk to downtown Wall where all the excitment is.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Ann's Motel Wall

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Travel Blogs from Wall

BADASS Badlands!

A travel blog entry by thevoyage on Jul 11, 2015

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... for tomorrow is 5:15AM!!! Which means we will need to get up at about 3:30 to get set up at the location. It better be a good one....I don't plan on waking up that early two mornings in a row!

July 11, 2015

We woke up at 3:30 AM this morning and watched a beautiful sunrise on the eastern side of the park!! The Badlands are pretty BADASS!!! Travis was able to get some really awesome photographs this morning. I also time lapsed ...

T. Tibbar's Trek: Day 6 (7/1)

A travel blog entry by luvinlif2k on Jul 01, 2015

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... vistas and views and interesting hikes! The family took the Door Trail which was marked by colored, numbered poles in a vast area. After this trail we ducked into the visitors center to find out more about the park. After checking out some maps and trails we decided to take the Saddle Pass Trail. This name was definitely misleading ... no saddle was passing here unless it was carried by a hiker! The trail was amazingly steep; it was easier ...

"Ground Zero"... I helped build it

A travel blog entry by frguido on Jun 19, 2015

9 photos

... person could control both keys. When the command to launch was given, they turned the keys simultaneously….

In the missile silo a 60 ton blast door covering the silo was blown back along a set of rails opening the silo. The solid fuel missiles were instantly ready and in less than a minute launched straight up. Travelling at 15,300 miles per hour, they set their courses for preplanned targets in the Soviet Union and elsewhere… ...

June 18th - Wall Drug and South Dakota

A travel blog entry by mazk on Jun 18, 2015

24 photos

... and known as the
Badlands as both French settlers and native Indians referred to it as
a bad land to cross.

We stayed at a Truck Stop in Kadoka SD.
Just outside the door were cute stone tables which served two
purposes. First we had dinner on them. Then the kids set up cans and
bottles and used their BB guns to shot them off the tables. We also
had a family soccer game, boys against girls (7 to 3 to the boys).


Badlands National Park

A travel blog entry by thegormans on Jun 10, 2015

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Silent. Mean. Storms here are spur of the moment; one second it's 91 degrees and shining, without warning it became 78 as a thunder-crack erupted alerting us to the situation. Darkness descended at 2:55 pm, we flipped on every light in the RV and kept chugging along. We've become weather warriors: it's a whole different ballgame when your home is 37 1/2 feet by 12, with slides out. Everything has to be dealt with immediately and accurately, there's no time for putting anything ...

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