The Sleepy Senator Tourist House

Address: 401 N Hoback St, Helena, Montana, 59601, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 401 N Hoback St, Helena, is near St. Helena Cathedral, The Montana Historical Society, Last Chance Tours, and Original Governor's Mansion.
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Travel Blogs from Helena

We are Home...until tomorrow, anyway.

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Oct 03, 2014


Our journey from Red Canyon progressed northerly with little excitement. For the first time, we stayed in Pocatello at a "budget" Passport America RV park. It was basic, but worked fine. We left there early and headed to our hometown, Butte, Montana. A stop in Dillon to buy groceries and fuel up was our only break. We lunched in the Safeway Store parking lot midst a sunny, warm but windy day.

Pearl performed fine. We stopped ...

The Capital Building of Montana

A travel blog entry by goodrichodyssey on Aug 01, 2014

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... it. These paintings, were painted for the Capitol opening in 1902 by the firm of F. Pedretti's Sons, depict four important archetypes of people of Montana's early history: a native American (intended to be of Chief Charlo), an explorer and fur trapper (Jim Bridger), a gold miner (Henry Finnis Edgar, one of the discoverers of gold at Alder Gulch), and a cowboy (unidentified, but said to be inspired by the works of C.M. Russell). The most ...

Day 1. Calgary to Helena

A travel blog entry by alandliz on May 11, 2014

Well we managed to leave Calgary at 8:55. Five minutes before schedule. Weather was great and we looked forward to it getting even chance. At Great Falls it got down to 2 degrees and we had a rain, snow mixture coming down. The drive was fine though and we reached Helena in 6 hrs 45 mins. It was raining, but as thirsty cattle stampede to water we high-tailed it to the nearest store to buy "refreshments". Helena, or what we saw of ...

On the Road from Glacier to Yellowstone

A travel blog entry by 29-ford-model-a on Jul 31, 2013

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... quickly and herded it back to its appropriate corral area. As you can see, it was not very cooperative and turned on us a couple times. I have to admit, Jean was fearless. She started waving her arms and yelling at the beast and it just turned and ran. Need I say more?...Nah, I probably said to much already!

Approaching the edge of Reservation lands, ...

Helena ... so much to see!!

A travel blog entry by glen_linda on Jul 30, 2013

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... to discover gold before heading home. There are shops, restaurants, The Big Dipper, a great ice cream shop where I contributed to the economy on several occasions (Mexican Chocolate yum) and gorgeous 19th century architecture.

On top of the Atlas building (see photo), the architecture shows flames on a metal ledge at the top of the building while salamanders (mythical creatures believed to be immune to fire) play above the flames. The central figure ...