Budget Host Sundowner
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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... center of the road was blocked off for bike parking. The interesting part of Custer were the artistic buffalo on the street corners. We also encountered a family of turkeys trying to cross the road.
Wind Cave is so named because of the number of times a day that the cave "breathes". As the barometric pressure above ground changes the pressure in the cave changes through the natural openings causing wind within ...
... averted. One thing we did find inside the gas station was a little bar with a half dozen stools, and a pot of coffee. So after filling the gas, and emptying ourselves, we parked the bike and went inside for some much deserved coffee. Imagine our surprise when we went to pay for the coffee and found it was only 25 cents per cup.
As we left Mac's Corner, we spotted a sign - "No Services for 66 miles". I wish they had one of ...
Today was supposed to be a trip to Custer or Mount Rushmore. Because the weather turned to **** in the Black Hills (Snow) we choose to go back to the Badlands. This time we stopped at the Badlands Visitor Center. There is a restaurant there too. Before that we entered at the western entrance this time. We then detoured on Conata which takes you to a gravel road ( leaving the park) and you drive through ...
... camped out in the same place, we stayed another day to travel into Toronto. There were so many different things to see and do in Toronto but our day there was limited so we had to chose our favorite few. We finally decided on the Hockey Hall of Fame and the CN Tower. The Hockey Hall of Fame had to be one of the best parts yet. It featured information about the best hockey players of all time, such as Wayne Gretzky, Maurice (Rocket) ...
... 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 ...