Super 8 Hill City/Mt Rushmore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... children. It was as good as it sounds.
We had read that nearby Lead was a better maintained version of the same sort of thing so we decided to drive out there a few miles and see if it was any good. It wasn’t. There were roadworks so half of the place was blocked. The novelty of seeing the American houses and neighbourhoods still hasn’t quite worn off so it wasn’t a totally wasted journey. Plus we got to sit in the car and watch builders watch us whilst ...
Today was our third day, the first 8 miles were all downhills , so that was pretty fun! We got to a town thinking there would be a grocery store, there was but it wouldn't open up for another 2 hours! So we had to go to a way over priced gas station, that got us enough food for a while. Later we met a guy from Germany! He was setting up snacks for 9 bikers that had biked all the way from Seattle! Today was the last day for them, we also saw them when we were eating lunch! They gave ...
... kind of grumbling so at this point she kind of had a Clark Griswold moment. She sat us all down and yelled that this trip was almost over, and that somehow we were all going to have to change our attitudes and enjoy the rest of the trip, dammit! I thought she was going to tell us that we were going to break into Wally World or something!
So we all calmed down and left town as planned that day, but we only made it about 5 ...
... 8217;t. It was a biker bar, and all they had was bar food anyway, so we left and ate at some café.
While we were finishing up dinner, my dad left to go get some towels for him and my mom since we forgot them. He asked somebody where he could get some, and no joke, this lady suggested he go over to the laundromat and see if anybody left any. She wasn’t kidding. Gross! We ended up finding some at a dollar store.
We then went to ...
... land. Wild animals we saw in the park: pronghorn antelope, bison, elk, prairie dogs and muskrats. South Dakota is so famous for the Badlands and Mt. Rushmore that some of the other amazing sights are overlooked. Neither Ron nor I had ever heard of Wind Cave National Park until this morning. It borders Custer State Park so we decided to go. Turns out Wind Cave is the sixth largest cave ...