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 …
... was that they might wake up happier with a funny alarm. Everyone woke up beautifully. So far so good. We hopped in the car at 515 to make the 555 sunrise. We were in Rapid City which is 45 minutes from Mount Rushmore. You can stay in many places closer. Remember, I wanted to use Marriott points and the water park seemed like a good plan. We decided the night before to scrap day 2 in Rapid City because they were due for storms and we were up so early, we got done ...
... the engraved Presidents in the mountain.. OMG.. This was one of the most amazing things I have ever seen ever... Even the photos don't do it justice..
We went shopping at the famous Blackhills Gold Jewelley Shop. Eileen purchased me a beautiful necklace.. I love it..
Tomorrow we are off to Sturgis to wander the streets and take in the sites of the bike rally.. Awesome sights and amazing bikes ...
... nap. So the moms got to nap and the dads went to the water park. Mark even joined the girls on a couple rides. I typed part of this blog while sweltering in the humid atrium of the water park. We got cleaned up and headed for a cultural dinner experience. For some reason Nepalese food is big, and reportedly very good, in Rapid City. Maybe some of the mountain carvers came from Nepal. Whatever the reason we tried Nepalese food at a restaurant called ...
... include Mammoth Cave National Park in Kentucky, the St. Louis Gateway Arch, some cool stuff in SW South Dakota (Badlands National Park, Mount Rushmore, and Black Hills National Forest), then Glacier National Park in Montana and then onto hopefully the Canadian Rockies, Washington State, and Oregon.
July 4th night brought a nice Atlanta send-off via some great fireworks visuals from our Midtown balcony. We woke up the next ...