Super 8 Sioux Falls/I-90/Airport East
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... want to stop there. (Even though I'm from the equally exciting, Green Ohio) They have a beautiful, and powerful waterfall in the center on the city....and thats what they have. Planning on getting some pizza and heading back to the room for a swim.
Not planning on being here long, going to head for Badlands National park tomorrow.
... no more than a couple hundred feet above your head. But by the end of my drive, it finally lightened up, and I arrived in Sioux Falls. RELIEF. Especially when I got to eat my bratwurst and cheese.
A much longer drive calls for a much longer playlist. I kicked it off with something a little different: Puff Daddy's (1997) No Way Out, as part of preparation for the hip-hop course I'll be TA-ing this fall. I followed up with ...
... contest. Maybe next time. We also visited Devils Gultch where Jesse James jumped a huge gultch while being chased after a bank robbery. Could not believe a horse could ever jump that far. Another awesome site was Pallisades State Park and the King/Queen trail. This is one beautiful area of the country.
On 7/5, it was another relaxing day and the humidity is unbelievable. We needed to get some supplies for ...
... before, but just wanted an inexpensive place to sleep. The room had a strange smell that we were not sure if the previous hotel guest had a cat or if it was Jared or Dawson’s stinky feet or if it was just a stale smelling hotel room. At any rate we tried to get to sleep so we could wake up early and get back on the road again.
Enjoying the waterfalls at Sioux Falls ...
... for 29% of South Dakota's population. It is also the primary city of the Sioux Falls-Sioux City Designated Market Area (DMA), a larger media market region that covers parts of four states and has a population of 1,043,450. Chartered in 1856 on the banks of the Big Sioux River, the city is situated on the prairie of the Great Plains.
This is where we spent a week doing the business of changing over our state residency from ...