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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Badlands Motel Medora
Travel Blogs from Medora
... horn antelopes, and an elk. The first shot of a buffalo we took, we saw a lady on the opposite side of the road looking up to the top of a very steep hill and trying to take photos. Peg was able to get out and turn around and get a great shot of a very big bull buffalo right at the top of the hill.
The terrain on the way to and fro was long rolling hills principally in pasture with lots of cattle. There were some corn fields and bean fields but mostly pasture. We ...
... through" all of the lower 48 states and Alaska, six Canadian Provinces and one Canadian Territory in our motorhome.
Initially, the topology of ND was much like I had envisioned - rolling grasslands with miles and miles of nothingness. But as we headed west, the land opened up with some beautiful canyons that comprise the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. If we are back in this part of the country, this would be worth checking ...
... a room that would fit all five of us so we stayed at the Americinn. It is a chain but we didn't feel at all left out of the old west feel and still got a giant room that had a king bed, two twin pull out couches and a whirlpool hot tub. Free breakfast too.
We took a stroll through the little town of Medora. Shops, shooting galleries, museums and restaurants. We had evening plans for the PItchfork Fondue (steak cooked on ...
... western town founded in 1883. I am sure some ghosts are haunting the streets. I know a little boy haunts the Rough Rider hotel (MICHELLE). We aren't staying there. We are boring and staying at the only newer hotel mainly because the other was full and couldn't accommodate all 5 of us. I don't want to have a little boy tickling my feet in the middle of the night either. Too many ghost shows.
We have reservations for ...
... it. They take steaks and put them on a pitchfork and boil them in oil. Sounds kinda gross. But it tasted so good! We filled our metal trays with a ton of yummy food: beans, baked potato, veggies, garlic bread, fruit, and dessert (I picked donuts). It was raining while we were eating, but there was plenty of space under the roof. We could see the amazing view from our seats, but still not get wet. By the end of ...