Super 8 Sioux Falls/41st Street
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a small campground right off I-90 in Murdo, SD.
Our goal for Monday was to reach Sioux Falls, SD. Stan and Brenda had an appointment with a repair shop in Sioux Falls to have their driver mirror replaced. The terrain getting there was so different from what we have experienced in the days past. Once we got outside the Badlands, we were driving on level roads with fields of corn and soybeans lining the interstate. Guess we are in the Midwest!
Our evening excursion was ...
... at this point is almost exactly in the center of the continent, I felt that I'd reached a major milestone in this journey. Part of me thinks I'm stone crazy for attempting this thing, part of me is in wonder at all that I'm seeing, and another part is eagerly looking forward to the next leg of the trip. I've come this far, I suppose I'll just have to see it through.
I pulled into Sioux Falls in late afternoon and connected ...
We needed provisions after leaving the Badlands therefore, continued east on Interstate 90 towards Sioux Falls, South Dakota. This would be a good point to pick up Interstate 29 and head south so that we would continue to have good weather. We visited downtown Sioux Falls for lunch which they have been revitalizing the downtown region. And a trip to Sioux Falls Park to see the falls themselves. ...
... do appreciate her thorough advice, and the concern behind it. And while there is not a specifically articulated plan yet for GIANT SPIDERS and ghost faced bats <other than scream and run> at this point, I have no worries on the horizon. I hope my mom can say the same. <3
One week til the Dominican!!!
... the Badlands. It reminded me a lot of pictures I’ve see of the Grand Canyon, though not quite as big. The rock formations were all striped different colors and it was blisteringly hot, but the wind was nice if you stood right out on the edge…forget the hundreds of feet drop right below you. Another junior ranger program was completed by Andrew, the rest of ...