Super 8 Sioux Falls/41st Street
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... As we called around on Saturday, we found out quickly that most campgrounds were booked within a hundred miles of Sturgis. We found one with space available in a field about 20 minutes from downtown Sturgis. In a field, meant, in a field! We had out first experience "dry" camping. That is, no water, no sewer, no electric hookups. Our coach is fully capable of "dry" camping for several days as we have a generator for power and large sewer and fresh water tanks. It turned out to be ...
... the home of the famous Green Giant. As you can see, we took some pictures of the giant and also of Bruce who was trying out to be the Green Giants stand-in. We went to the museum and registered as visitors. We were honored to be the first people from CT to visit the museum. Residents from all other states had visited and until today, the museum was missing any registered visitors from ...
... with my decision but I was glad to see more Americana.
Another roadside sign announced the homeplace of Laura Ingalls Wilder, author of the Little House on the Prairie books in DeSete. But I did not dare test my luck in pulling off to see it,
A rumbling tummy and Todd agreed to stop at Al's Oasis in Oacoma. SD. Al had it all - grocery store, restaurant, jewelry, gifts, western wear, etc., all in ...
... most of them didn't stop by the travel clinic before they left. The difference between me and them? My mother.
Let me start by saying there is no more intelligent or more articulate non-healthcare professional than my mom. And you throw the kids or grandkids in the mix? It's game on. I feel sorry for the infectious disease that dares to infect her loved ones. The disease doesn't stand a chance. I am also amazed at ...
... through South Dakota, you have to visit the tourist meca "Wall Drug". Keith and I (with kids in tow) stopped there 20 years ago on a trip West just because of all the billboards preceding the city. It truly is in the middle of nowhere off Interstate 90. It all began in the 30's with free ice water for travelers!