Motel 6 Wall

Address: 211 10th Street, Wall, South Dakota, 57790, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 211 10th Street, Wall, is near Wall Drug, Badlands Wall, Minuteman Missile National Historic Site, and Wounded Knee: The Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Wall

    Day 13: Badlands National Park, Wall

    A travel blog entry by psquared on Jun 27, 2015

    7 photos

    ... we are staying in tonight. We took the (much needed) down time we had to relax, catch up on news and TV shows, and get a little extra rest. We had originally planned to stay in Sioux Falls, SD tomorrow night, but opted to drive straight through to Minneapolis instead. Therefore, we have a long road ahead of us tomorrow, so I'm going to try and get some sleep!

    Thanks for reading,
    Paige and Karin


    Wall Drug and The Perfect Storm!

    A travel blog entry by frguido on Jun 19, 2015

    10 photos

    ... s still about a city block in size and houses all kinds of emporia in addition to the original drug store. Doughnut and coffee in hand, I sat down at a table with a former Navy corpsman who had served with the Marines in Vietnam. He and his wife were from Seattle and on their way home. We told a few "surface" stories and welcomed each other home, then he and his wife set off to do some shopping.

    I finished my doughnut and coffee while ...

    "Ground Zero"... I helped build it

    A travel blog entry by frguido on Jun 19, 2015

    9 photos

    The average American driving over the rolling plains in the NW part of this country in the 1960's and 70’s had no idea he was in the middle of "Ground Zero"… yet it was here in the sparsely populated parts of Wyoming, Montana, South Dakota and Colorado, nestled in silos underground, some 1,000 nuclear missiles with warheads each 100 times more powerful than the bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, awaited a push of a button and a turn of a ...

    Day 13- Farms to Ranches, & the Famous Wall Drug.

    A travel blog entry by rickr53 on Jun 05, 2015

    2 comments, 20 photos

    ... were many "towns" that were merely a group of houses with populations well below 100.
    One of the things we learned after traveling through an Indian reservation, is there is NO civilization, stores, gas stations, anything for very long distances. So we should have taken care of things like gas and bathroom breaks before entering the reservation. Now we know. But for this case, we were looking for a McDonald's for our morning ...

    Badlands Part 2

    A travel blog entry by vwuertz on May 19, 2015

    29 photos

    ... National Park consists of 244,000 acres. The land we see is comprised of blown volcanic ash, which settled in the streams, and rocks and erosion from the Black Hills. What we see today is not what it looked like one million to 500,000 years ago. Erosion has changed the face of the Badlands. Erosion here occurs at one inch per year, so in another 500,000 years, the Badlands will look different again.

    We walk the fossil boardwalk to ...