Super 8 Rapid City/Lacrosse Street
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 Rapid City/Lacrosse Street
Travel Blogs from Rapid City
... soil and to attract immigrant farmers to settle in Mitchell. Each fall a festival was planned to celebrate the harvest. The tradition of the Corn Palace and the festival continues in Mitchell to this day.
We then stopped at a place called 1880 and had some lunch in an old train carriage converted to a diner. It was very different and an experience all on its own.
We then decided to take ...
The three of us walked over to a nearby family restaurant for breakfast and the car was ready to go so we grabbed our things and jumped into the car for Canada. We crossed the border in record time and were so happy when we arrived at the cottage 2 hours later. Murray and Julie ...
It wasn’t as quiet a backwater place as I initially thought. The center of town had a square with a fountain. It’s a grid of streets, every corner marked with a statue of a US President. A couple statues were Indian chiefs.
On one corner, I saw a gun shop. Another surreal experience for me: to have guns so easily accessible. No need for a licence. We checked in at the ...
... State Park. There is a Wildlife Loop Road that runs around the park which was a great ride on the motorcycle. There were buffalo grazing everywhere. There were even some donkeys that came up to one of the cars as we went by. The roads around here are some of the best for motorcycle riding I have ever ridden. Lots of time spent in 3rd and 4th gear, with turns so sharp, speeds drop to 10-15 mph, followed by straightaways that let you get ...
... but rather "Dharma Bums" and "Big Sur." If you bypass his drunkenness, he was a guy that may not have had any training in roaming, but it's what made him complete.
At some point in our travel upwards to South Dakota, Nebraska turned into Iowa; only noticeable due to our stop at a gas station where Kendall noticed all the Iowa license plates. As we pulled out she told me we were in some backwater Iowa town, it took a good hour before hitting Nebraska for two ...