Holiday Inn Express Rapid City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... hold your hand up In front of you, you think you can see the outline - but you can't, it is your brain creating an illusion. You can see - absolutely nothing. The silence too is complete - deafening in the dark. The original explorers did this with candles in tins?! There were several hundred steps down, but thankfully an elevator back up - strictly 10 per lift - not a trip for claustrophobics!
We decided to head for Jewel Cave next as it is not too far ...
... for obvious reasons. So there's Shane who has his window open and the game wardens come along to feed the Bears and as there feeding them there yelling "close your window"!!!! I guess there is always one wherever you go that don't listen. Atta boy Shane. :). Was a very nice relaxing day. Tomorrow we plan to ride through Deadwood and a few other little towns out here. Calling for nice weather so should be nice More ...
... annual motorcycle rally which brings around a half million people to a town that has a population of 6800 for ten days. This year in August it will be the 75th anniversary of the rally so they are expecting one million people! Imagine all that noise! Most of the people leave and rent out their homes for the duration. There was a motorcycle museum which Jim really enjoyed visiting.
Our time in Rapid City is over as we leave Sunday morning for Wyoming.
... clouds and sprinkles of rain on and off. So we took off on the bike and pointed towards Hill City where the sun was peaking through. We ended up in Custer for coffee and back home via Sheridan Lake Road. At 5:00 pm it's still raining with intermittent dry ...
... then. We were seated at the elongated community table, both agreeing that we weren't fans of such a thing. But, the food was good. The piece I loved the best was that the place was lit by teardrop filament bulbs. I have no interest in interior design but I love those bulbs, there's something quaint and antique about them. From there we moved on the the Tourist Trap called: Crazy Horse. It's truly sad how commercialized the place has become as we paid $22 to ...