Budget Host Sundowner
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBudget Host Sundowner Kadoka
This was the only place with rooms. The room had a dirty wash cloth and the garbage hadn't been emptied but the sheets and bed were clean. Also the breakfast was decent. This place is't fancy but it is fine if you jsut need a place to stay.
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... a coffee shop and enjoyed the newly developed central town square with its fountains and Red Indian inspired stone statues. Then we headed the 60 or so kilometres to Mount Rushmore which is in the Badlands National Park, passing through the village of Keystone with all it's souvenir shops, and then pausing at the entrance to pay the $11 per car entry fee! There was a multi level car park, so we got a spot under cover ...
... reminiscent of a frontier trading post with campers around us and some motel rooms. We're staying in a two-bedroom suite above the office in the main building. The hotel is in the middle of the Badlands and has great views.
Tomorrow, we intend to travel through the Badlands National Park in the direction of a town called "Wall".
... as were pictures of Clare’s parents clipped into garlands. Alex and I were welcomed enthusiastically and were handed beers out of the coolers. Clare’s grandparents embraced us and kissed our cheeks – especially her grandmother who displayed spunkiness and a tattoo on her arm. Early the next morning we woke up, gathered our things, and piled into Clare’s car to drive around the Woodstock town square, which is where they filmed the movie Groundhog Day. ...
... On our way back to the Badlands, we took a loop road which we haven't been on and got to see more beautiful scenary. I just can't get sick of looking at these mountainous sculptures all over the landscape. Just breathtaking!!!!!
We will be leaving the Badlands in the morning and heading to North Dakota. No reservations anywhere. We are hoping to get into a state/national park for a night or two.
... the day and cool at night. The scenery can't be beat and, best if all, there are no bears. After setting up camp, we drove the. 29 mile scenic loop road to the town if Wall, home of Wall Drug. The kids were asleep when we first spotted the bighorn sheep balancing on the rocks, but they woke up in Wall. I won't describe Wall Drug in great detail because I've done it in this blog in years past. (So look it up.) Let's summarize by saying it is the daddy of all tourist traps, but ...