Deadwood Gulch Gaming Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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I was dead tired by the time we reached Deadwood last night around 10:30PM. Place was far from dead with all the casinos and games happening. That said, all restaurants except for one was closed: Mustang Sally. Unfortunately, not much of a good choice of food. Fortunately, they at least has buffalo wings which I like.
We checked in at Deadwood Mountain Grand, which sat on an elevated part at the end of the main street. Hence I had a ...
... where chrome-shiny Harleys and leather chaps are the ideal, Team Elephant just doesn't cut it. Despite this, Sturgis has a small but worthy motorcycle museum with a couple of quality exhibits that made the visit worthwhile.
South from Sturgis the Black Hills had some fair quality motorcycle roads including the Needles Highway and of course, the major attraction, Mount Rushmore with its oversized carving of four US ...
Day 4- Sept. 23rd Onawa, IA to Deadwood, SD est. 503 milesThe alarm clock on my phone rings especially early today, I have a long day ahead of me. I’m excited and anxious to leave the corn fields of the Mid-West, longing to see places I’ve never seen before. My weather app brings bad news, a storm is moving in. It seems to be the only rain storm in the entire country and its northwest of me, meaning I’ll be ...
... huge, spanning several blocks. We took pictures with the Jackalope and giant Hare, bought the obligatory key chain, and were on our way.
We passed the Badlands to our south, unfortunately not having time to explore. It is a unique landscape of exposed rock in the midst of endless grasslands. The Badlands contain some of the world’s oldest fossils. Maybe next time. You’ll have to Google it for yourself in the meantime.
... when I was crafty and always wanting to try something new to make or learn to do. We needed something to eat so we decided to try the Firehouse Brewery which had been recommended to us by my neighbor, David. It did not disappoint! It literally was an old firehouse made into a pub with its own brewery. We sat at the dark wood bar right next to the fire pole. Cloth badges from firehouses across the nation were tacked to the walls. Paul ...