Super 8 Hot Springs
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Hot Springs
... that allowed dogs on trails. The drive was supposed to take an hour, but it took us almost 3 due to roadwork and avoiding State Park fees. By the time we got there, we were too annoyed to really enjoy the mountain. Our parks pass didn’t cover the entrance fee to the multi-level parking facility that is Mt Rushmore. 3 million visitors a year means thousands on the day we visited. It was a cluster of tourists and we had just added 2 more. We got ...
... in Hot Springs we went to the Mammoth Center where a dig revealed bones of at least 61 mammoths from around 26,000 years ago. Some of the bones are still in situ so you can see exactly where they lay. Apparently all the mammoths had slipped into a sink hole over many years and then couldn't get out and their bones were preserved all that time. The Center is so well done. It was ...
... the wagons are preserved. Looking at these, you can easily imagine the hardship of Pioneers crossing the country. We also headed a little further up the road to see Registry Cliff, where many of those who passed this area carved their names into the soft stone on the cliffs. We arrived in Hot Spring City, SD just as it got dark and pulled off the road on a hill just outside town in a wooded area and hoped no one would notice ...
... herd in early morning. Took a while to make our way through but well worth it. We remained for about 45 minutes watching them as they migrated. Cattle tend to be much slower but these Bison move as they eat. Hence the herd can move a mile in 20-30 minutes as we watch.
Lots of photos, some with IPhone, some with big camera, some with Olympus small camera. We ...
... the prairie in what is today, South Dakota. They are an oasis of cool shady forests in the middle of what was once nothing but grass.
Storm clouds chased us into the town of Hot Springs, South Dakota. We checked into the Motel 6. This chain has changed a bit since I was last over. They used to be kind of skeezy, but these days they are pretty good little joints.