Super 8 Gillette
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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The Badlands were...bad. No seriously, they were great. The photos give you some idea. They stretch on for miles and the stillness and silence is profound. All you can hear is the sound of the wind blowing through the canyons and across the prairie. What really surprised me is how much Dani and Sarah loved getting out of the car, walking into the badlands and just sitting and contemplating. I have always associated them with the City and the Mall (and they ARE very much ...
... So it's quite something that Wyoming continues to amaze us. There is just so much space out here - it kind of boggles the mind. The sheer scale of the place - 2.2 million acres of it Yellowstone, and that only a small corner - just sort of washes over you as you drive, hours on end, foot on the floor, going 80 or faster, because that's the speed limit. Today we wound down out of Yellowstone, over the Sylvan Pass through hazy blue canyons ...
... two bears. Yay us. The timing was perfect because not 5 minutes later, they were out of sight. Proceeding through Yellowstone and out the NorthEast exit, we headed to the Bear?? Scenic highway. It is supposed to be one of the most beautiful roads in the States. Alex and I can attest to the fact that is was absolutely amazing, and on my list as one of the top scenic drives I have been on. We rose in altitude to a whopping 10956 feet. Alex ...
... to thier dad. There dad would be very proud of them for doing that for him. After parade we stopped at cousin Clairine visited with her mom and dad Raymond and Helen, her sister Darlene her two girls Darlene and Brittney, and Clairines husband Hoss. After leaving thier place passing under the underpass on I-90 A Friend of mine Pete and his wife Patti recognized our ride and the ...
... more farmland which eventually changed into prairie lands. Then we came to the badlands, hill country and the beginning of cattle ranges. The countryside is beautiful and it is fascinating to see the changes as you cross the country. Today we saw goats, sheep, cattle, and horses all grazing on lush green grasses as we drove. Our stops today were at Wall Drug in Wall, SD for our 5 cent cup of quite good coffee, a donut and ...