Bentwood Inn Jackson Hole
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Babysitting service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Jackson Hole
After a night sleeping on the bus, we woke up to a much different landscape and rainy weather. In the morning, we all enjoyed a hot breakfast at the Cowboy Cafe in Dubois, Wyoming. It was nice to get off of the bus and stretch our legs for an hour. Many students enjoyed the "Double Down" breakfast of two eggs, two pancakes, two pieces of bacon, two pieces of toast and hash browns. Others ordered ...
Surprise surprise, today was another drive day! Today we are on our way to Jackson Hole, Wyoming and the appropriate song choice of today was Johnny Cash, Jackson. We drove through Yellowstone Park again to make our way to Jackson. No bears this time but we did see a wolf! Just looked like a dog so I automatically loved it! We had a quick stop at a look out for the Teton Mountains. They're loving known as the ...
Cloudy but fine weather greeted our last day in Yellowstone. The shortest route south was cut by bridge works but we only had to retrace part of the previous day's trip before we saw new parts of Yellowstone. The Canyon on the Yellowstone River is not to be missed - two spectacular waterfalls crashing into a narrow 1000 ft canyon known as the 'Grand Canyon' of ...
... but the amount we covered was very small when the park is very big. I will have to come back again sometime.
We drove out of Yellowstone headed for the grand Tetons. A mountain range with some more great scenery. We stopped for pictures at a lake and visitors center. The views were grand. We then continued on to Jackson with some great scenery on the way. We got to Jackson hole and walked up the main street and saw the antler arch and then went to a ...
... Jodi, their five children, and The Crew. The Crew is made up of several teenagers from Utah – it’s a bit of a Mormon cultural tradition for teens to come up to the Jackson area to work on a ranch. That’s how Brian and Jodi first met when they were teens. The "staff" is incredible – they felt more like family, even after just a few hours. They were so completely warm and welcoming. And the kids – I have never met more wholesome, well-behaved kids in ...