Holiday Inn Express Rapid City
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
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... campgrounds free WIFI to look up a motel. As we pull out and sit in the campground driveway, a lady walks up to our window and asks if she can help. We explain we want to pitch a tent for the night and she politely says “oh of course you can, come right on in!”.
So we look at each other with happiness and turn the car around, pay $18 for the night, and pull into our spot for the night. This campground was nowhere near equipped as KOA, however ...
This morning we got an early start and drove 40 miles west to visit Jewel Cave National Monument. We took an hour and a half walking tour which covered only a small portion of the cave. From its name, Colleen was expecting to see colors of reds, golds and blues, but alas, the only jewels to be found were white crystals, with no bright gemstones in sight. ...
... My first sighting of buffalo, outside of pictures and film, came around the next bend. A herd of them were grazing and resting; docile, lumbering beasts with no reason to charge anything. Most had hooked horns, but all of them were looking a bit mangy as they began to shed their winter coats. The next herd had a couple of calves, one was in slumberland while the other nursed. Past the second ranger station stood a female pronghorn grazing away the day. Just up ...
... stamp for our passports. Since we were so close to Wall and after seeing all those signs on the hwy yestereday, we went into Wall Drug. We were going that way anyway, so had to drop in. Driving back to Rapid City on hwy 90, we went to the Foothills Trading Post in Hermosa to check it out. Then we went to Keystone to check out the Big Thunder Gold Mine, where Dan was able to buy a ...
We had a big day driving from Chicago to our next place which was conveniently amount Rushmore. We actually only planned to see Yellowstone and this was on our path so we thought why not. As we crossed Iowa and South Dakota it was farming country, endless field corn crops that were in harvest. A lot of it goes to stock feed and food product. After 9 hours of driving we stayed at a hotel in Sioux Falls which was a random little town. The ...