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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSunshine Inn Wall
Worst night sleep of trip because of air con noise when changing temp but the owner was great. Very down to earth.
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... Authorized as Badlands National Monument on March 4, 1929, it was not established until January 25, 1939. It was re-designated a national park on November 10, 1978.
Under the Mission 66 plan, the Ben Reifel Visitor Center was constructed for the monument in 1957–58. The park also administers the nearby Minuteman Missile National Historic ...
... is an amazing story. It is not a federal or state project because Ziolkowski turned down federal money. He didn't want to burden taxpayers. It operates now as a nonprofit organization. There is an entrance fee and fund raisers. It is a huge complex with a museum, cultural center, restaurant, gift shop and the Indian University. The weather was not good when we got here, lots of rain, so we didn't walk around as much as we would have liked. We did see Crazy Horse and ...
... Today we should be driving a grand total of 10.5 hours (555 miles) where we’ll stop in Wall, SD. Thanks for reading – more to come later! Gas stations stopped at today: 4! Miles traveled from Madison to Wall, SD: 717 miles Time in the car today: ~10 hours Total miles traveled: Gas prices: - Sauk City, WI – Kwik Trip - $3.45 - Austin, MN – Shell - $3.35 ...
... the lightening. A very satisfying 4th of July!
On our way to the Badlands we saw miles and miles of prairie, much of it covered with a beautiful yellow flower which smelled very sweet - I thought it smelled like heaven. When we got to the park we learned it is invasive sweet clover, which totally ruined our enjoyment. You can see the yellow in the photos. I did a little research and ...
... We stopped in Mitchell to see the famed Corn Palace which is undergoing a renovation. I know there's a lot of history and economic pride in this place, but it's appearance of faded, outdated grandeur depressed me. Intricate mosaic scenes made from colored corn cobs wrapped around the exterior. Inside, I could only stand about 10 minutes of the video. I was more interested in the dynamics of a family seated a few rows in front of us. The wife seemed to ...