Econo Lodge

1313 South Ohlman, Mitchell, South Dakota, 57301, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 1313 South Ohlman, Mitchell, is near Corn Palace, Mitchell Prehistoric Indian Village, and Dakota Discovery Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Mitchell

Sioux Falls Park

A travel blog entry by pezusa2014 on Aug 13, 2014

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... We witnessed a marriage proposal in front of the falls, she said 'yes' in front of 50 tourists. Snapper got talking to a motorcycle policeman whose sole task is to patrol the falls on his 2014 Road King. The cop will be retiring in 12 months, we think he's only about 45 years old. He gave us some friendly tips on getting around the area and was happy to talk about our bikes at home.

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Night 3: Across the Prairie

A travel blog entry by splencner on Jun 25, 2014

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... featured corncob renderings of an outhouse, tractors, drive-in movies, etc. The artistic style is a bit deco and reminds me of the murals put up around Chicago during the Depression by the WPA. In the late 1800's there were over two dozen if these structures all over the area , meant to boost a town's reputation and proclaim the vitality of its farmland. For example, Rapid City had an Alfalfa Palace. The aim was attracting residents and farmers. Mitchell's monument ...

God's Country

A travel blog entry by samabamah on Sep 24, 2013

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... keep driving east on the 90 you are left wondering about this mythical place they call Wall Drug and no way can this place live up to all these captivating advertisements. We decide that we need to explore this place they call Wall Drug to figure out for ourselves if they are just whispering sweet nothings or if they are actually gonna put a ring on it. With confidence we say skip Mt. Rushmore (save your $11 parking fee, they ...

Day 2: Little Van on the Prairie

A travel blog entry by splencner on Jun 29, 2013

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... area's rock firmations, hoodoos, and steep, hilly moraines. The rain got heavy so we skipped sone usual stops and focused on crossing the Mississippi. We reached LaCrosse and headed over the river into Minnesota. The National Wildlife Refuge here was closed so I stopped at the rest stop on a bluff alongside the river for views and potty time. The river was very high and flooded enough so that the dam was almost covered and so that barges couldn't fit under the ...

Big Red continues down the road

A travel blog entry by ticktock on Jun 23, 2013

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... city residents and their rural neighbors could enjoy a fall festival with extraordinary stage entertainment – a celebration to climax a crop-growing season and harvest. This tradition continues today with the annual Corn Palace Festival held in late August each year.

By 1905 the success of the Corn Palace had been assured and a new Palace was to be built, but this building soon became too small. In 1919, the decision to build a third Corn Palace was ...