Super 8 Rapid City/Lacrosse Street
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Zo, de dag die vooral uit rijden bestond zit er op. Afgelopen nacht was geen supernacht (behalve de kinderen dan), de airco maakte zoveel lawaai dat het net leek of je in de machinekamer van een schip probeerde te slapen en uitdoen wat we ook hebben geprobeerd was niet zo succesvol want het werd dan al snel veel te warm. Ook de bedden waren nogal …
... tired on the backseat of the bike though. Not a lot to see and no towns to go through. But once there all I have to say is WOW. It is beautiful. It is a must see. Many people they say do not go because it is just rock and sand, but it is beautiful. It is totally different than west of Rapid City with the Black Hills area.
Day 2: We went west into Wyoming to see Devil's Tower. A few hours west on ...
... like the tires will fail you. But, they didn't. I got my family safely through the mountains.
Paul picked up the last part of the drive. We made it into Rapid City around 4:00 PM. I had a little surprise for the kids. I booked Marriott with a water park attached. They didn't know until we pulled up and they could see the slides hooking in and out of the building. Happy kids as you can imagine. ...
... real-life stuff (with the comforts of electricity and wi-fi being at our leisure). We milked the 11 am check out time to the last minute, then headed to the St. Louis Arch. What we (OK, Ronnie) thought would be a 1 hour excursion ended up closer to 3, but it was worth it. Seriously everybody, you’ve got to go visit the Arch in your lifetime….it is special.
In the waiting line, we got to hang out with a bunch of ...
... read from his extensive library and wrote letters to his many fans. He lived there until his death in 1957 at the age of 74.
Today, the Badger Home remains much as it was when Badger lived there.
We enjoyed a free concert of Big Band Music in downtown Rapid City; saw the movie "Jersey Boys" and had dinner at the Pizza Ranch (one of our must stop places).
Enjoy the story and photos. Next stop ... Sioux Falls