Holiday Inn Express Rapid City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... trip as we are, you have to realize that the kids don't take as much pleasure in staring at a rock as we do unless there is a waterslide coming off his nose. Not worth spending that much. We asked if we could just drive up and take a picture. The kids said they want to bring their kids back to see if its finally done. My dad went when he was a kid when it was started. Still not done. We got back to the hotel in time for breakfast. Guess what? His wallet was there ...
... military post to "protect" the stream of emigrants. Even visited the low-key site of the Massacre of Wounded Knee.
So in the past week we've gone from the soaring Rockies to the "High Plains", seemingly endless rolling praires occasionally dotted with small towns. We've today just "done" Badlands National Park & Mt Rushmore, along with thousands of others...
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Love, G & D
... to site D-1 and the command tour. We were very lucky as our tour guide was Major Jim who actually worked in and trained the missile launch personnel for 30 years. Each command center had 6 security personnel, one facility chief, one cook and two launch controllers. It had 10 missiles under its command with the nearest missile being 3 miles away. It was a pretty neat nondescript structure ...
... get people to stop and visit their drug store. They offered free ice water. Today Wall Drug is a huge collections of pictures and interactive sights and attractions. They have 5 cent coffee, homemade donuts, buffalo burgers and of course free ice water. It really is a US institution. While we were driving to and from Wall we saw probably 200 Corvettes. New and old all heading towards Rapid City. We asked a couple of Corvette owners in Wall what ...
We started out day with a drive to Mount Rushmore. We enjoyed our last "big mountain" (as Reed calls them) views as we left Sheridan, WY. At one point, the view looked right out of the Sound of Music with green rolling hills rimmed with snow-capped peaks. It made me burst into "The hills are alive...." Reed found this quite comical so I had to sing a few more songs in my best Julie Andrews voice. He just kept saying "What you sing Mommy?"
On the way ...