Margo's Mountain Suite
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... different each National Park is, yet how beautiful they all are in their own right. One can't really compare their beauty, it's so unique to each location. It reminds me of the way people are...everyone is beautiful in their own way, and no two people are the same.
During my drive I also got to see many Bison, both in the road and grazing in a field right next to the road. That was pretty cool to be so close to wild animals. I pulled over and again sat ...
... of them while we were there. We also didn't manage to see any wolves, although we saw people who did - through their super powerful telescopic camera lenses.
We were surprised at how crowded Yellowstone was with tourists of all shapes, sizes and nationalities, but especially the larger American variety. The roads were quite busy, and often lined with crowds of wildlife photographers. Campsites all filled up ...
... The Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, The Upper and Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River, and Old Faithful. I was disappointed to find out that the road to the south and west of Old Faithful was closed for construction, so I had to all the way back around almost to the west entrance to get the road back around to Canyon Village to go around Yellowstone Lake to go out the East entrance. It was a very steep grade going down out of the park with plenty ...
... has a one-time fee of $10.00 and then it’s free entry to National Parks and Monuments and half-off for the campgrounds… for life. It’s a great deal… get one when you are eligible.
I drove east toward Canyon seeing some deer off to the side and a bison sauntering along the side of the road with a hundred cameras being shoved in his face and a line of some 30 cars behind him. I stopped in the Canyon Visitor Center ...
... s! No rules about towing here!!! It was quite late when we finally reached our night stop at Cody - home of William Cody, or Buffalo Bill - and found our motel. We drove back into town to find some dinner and were confronted with the biggest population of cowboys and cowgirls I have ever seen!!! Cody has rodeos every night at this time of year and because it was Saturday I think every hick from a hundred miles away had come to town! We went into a big hotel in the main street and ...