Super 8 Deadwood

Address: 196 Cliff Street, Deadwood, South Dakota, 57732, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 196 Cliff Street, Deadwood, is near Adams Museum, Saloon No. 10, Adams House, and Broken Boot Gold Mine.
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      Some Western Fun In Deadwood

      A travel blog entry by robertjohncook1 on Aug 13, 2014

      40 photos

      ... amp; groans but quickly adapts once he spots the first flight of stairs!

      Day #1 is a driving tour of Sturgiss, Spearfish & back through Spearfish Canyon to Lead and back to Deadwood. Steep granite hills, a winding river and lots of sunshine. A lunch stop at Cheyenne Crossing & home for a gourmet dinner in our room with a view. We're getting quite good at preparing meals with two burners and ...

      Deadwood - Full Throttle Saloon Sturgis, SD

      A travel blog entry by peepsrowland on Jul 14, 2014

      9 photos

      We got on the road around 10:30 am. We stopped in Deadwood for lunch and to checkout the town. Casinos everywhere! I am sure Jeff will be visiting one of them. I spied a nice pair of cowboy boots! Just because we are moving back to Michigan does not mean you can take the country out if this girl. We had lunch at "The Gem" above the casino and watched a shootout in the town area. It was a beautiful day to walk around. Of course we had to stop in ...

      On the Road - The rush to Rushmore.

      A travel blog entry by montanaguys on Jun 19, 2014

      2 comments, 15 photos

      ... on vacation, and on the ground.

      At Crazy Horse, we were only charged for two adults, because the car was packed so full, it was impossible to see the three children in the vehicle. Score! The scale is just unbelievable. I want to see it when it is finished.

      Mt. Rushmore was actually very cool to see. We were there a very long time, because Danny fell at a potty ...

      Back in the USA Eventually

      A travel blog entry by chrisandjanet on Jul 21, 2013

      35 photos

      ... was the finest value for money lunch we have had in all our trip. Excellent sushi…. with soup, Chinese prawns and crab, as much as you could eat, bottomless coke, dessert, and coffee, all for the princely sum of a fiver each. The rest of the town was a bit like Wath Upon Dearne. We camped at The Sitting Bull Campground which shows we were getting into some serious Indian Territory, and next day off to see the Crazy Horse Memorial. This was impressive ...

      Black Hills Time

      A travel blog entry by jpandpa on Aug 29, 2012

      ... Bill Hitchcock and Calamity Jane. I was there in the 50's, and much of the cemetery containing the older section has been redone. Due to vandalism, only about 1/3 of the tombstones remain.

      We stopped at the casino in town - it was pretty lackluster with little activity.

      The highlight was the Chubby Chipmunk chocolate store was a highlight of our stay, having hand made truffles, in a huge assortment of flavors. ...