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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... people. The grass stomper was an esteemed member of the tribe, performing the ceremonial dance the flatten the grass where the teepee would be placed after arriving at a new site as the tribe traveled. The ritual is still performed today before a new house is built.
I highly recommend a visit to the Crazy Horse Monument. It educated me on the life and accomplishments of Native Americans which I now have a greater appreciation of ...
... Dakota Air and Space Museum. The optional tour of Ellsworth Air Force Base and the Minuteman II missile silo was a “blast.”
The next morning we headed out towards the Black Hills and Mount Rushmore. I’m attempting to ride as many famous motorcycle roads as possible, and the Needles Highway is well-known in the area, with tunnels and plenty ...
... No elevator, handle to get in the room had to be pulled up, exposed insulation in the hallway, two treadmills as the "fitness center", an "old fashioned" TV (not flat screen) and we had to go downstairs to the lobby to connect to wifi. The Rolling Pin Restaurant was a convenient stop for dinner right next door. Luckily, we made it with minutes to spare for "Happy Hour".
... everywhere, I bought a stubby holder for dad and I. The leather is so cheap, bags, belts and jackets all bikey gear. I wish I needed it because the quality is all there and so cheap. We left for Crazy Horse, an optional dinner at 5.15 pm. The Crazy Horse Memorial is in Custer about a 25 minute drive from Keystone. The memorial is dedicated to the great Indian chief Crazy Horse. The mountain sculpture was started by a guy in 1948, his work is continued to this day by members ...
... rock shows it's perfect horizontal stripes. We spent the whole day driving through this National Park, stopping at the various look-outs, walk ways – this was a completely new and different landscape.
At one stop we met Rolph and Doris, a German couple about our age, travelling in their Mercedes mobile home which they had shipped from home. They had done ...