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Corn Palace Selected As SD’s “One Thing To Do”

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If you could only tell a visitor to do ONE thing in South Dakota, what would it be?  The people at the website www.huffingtonpost.com posed that question to themselves, friends, and editors, and created what they call the ultimate American travel guide.  The choice for South Dakota – Mitchell’s Corn Palace.  The Corn Palace was recommended by Huffington Post National Editor Kate Palmer, who said the multi-use facility is not all that interesting on the inside.  But the outside, it’s truly a sight. 

The complete list can be found here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/02/25/to-do-in-america_n_4775300.html

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