How has this motel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hulett Motel
Travel Blogs from Hulett
... in the visitor center, most do so out of respect, but there are those few who will not. In fact, one group of climbers sued saying their First Amendments rights were violated. The courts disagreed.
So, we finish our walk and just sit for a bit. We watch the Tower and how the sunlight dances on its face. The feng shui is good here. In fact, the entire time we’ve been in the Black Hills, the feng shui has been good. There’s a peace here…a ...
... onto the summit of Devils Tower. He hadn’t really given a lot of thought to the stunt and once he landed he couldn’t get down. He was stranded there for six days before a team of expert climbers could get up to the top and bring him down.
Devils Tower is in a National Park, as you enter and drive along the road the first thing you encounter is the Prairie Dog Town. These cute little critters are extremely social ...
"The Circle of Sacred Smoke was created by Japanese artist Junkyu Muto in 2008. It is one of three sculptures of Muto’s International Peace Project. Muto’s sculptures are at spiritually signiﬁcant places around the world. They are also found at Vatican City, Rome, and Bodh Gaya, India, Where the Buddha reached enlightenment. The stone used in the sculpture and black granite base come from ...
... do the walk around the monument. Only 1.2 miles long but with some up's and down's. I did make it so it proves that an old man who is overweight with bad knees can still be like a tortoise and keep up with the kids.
After reaching the car we traveled only a few miles to our home for the night Sawin' Logs B & B. Met by the owner, a very nice lady who showed us to our room. Lovely home in the hills. Horses in the front yard and birds all over the place. We ...
... for the kids and older folks (both of which there were many). One of my favorite moments from the tail was a little boy about 6-7 years old clutching his map and chasing after his parents, shouting, "We're on the wrong trail!"
We continued hiking, stopping occasionally to take pictures, until we reached the start of the trail again. Then we headed back to the car and packed sandwiches from the cooler, refilled our ...