Old Faithful Lodge Cabins
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOld Faithful Lodge Cabins Yellowstone National Park
In this beautiful setting and with a few improvements, this could be a great place to stay in Yellowstone. I am not a person that has to be connected 24x7 but to have 3 hotels and only 1 lobby with internet connection is very surprising. The food in the cafeteria was below par, comparible to my high school cafeteria. Again, I don't know why they can't contract out to a company like Marriott to run the cafeteria.
The experience was so below par that I would probably stay outside the park and commute in everyday for a better hotel stay.
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Last night definitely wasn't as cold as the night before. I wasn’t frozen when I woke up, but it was raining a steady kind of rain. I don’t want to complain because I am having a great time no matter what, but I’m getting tired of so much rain. We had to pack up from our great little cabin near the Lamar Valley …
... quite spectacular. Afterwards, we hiked the outer boardwalk around several other geysers. The day was overcast, rainy at times and chilly so we headed for Our V around 5 pm and a hearty beef stew we put in the crockpot. Yummmm!
On the way home we saw some grazing moose by the side of the road and a beautiful shot of the sun hitting the hills across Yellowstone ...
... of the crowds, so we would head in an anti-clockwise direction. We wanted to see the area known as the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, and our hiking guide book helpfully sorted the hikes by ease and length of time to complete. We figured we'd have time for 3 hikes and still make it to Old Faithful by around 7pm if we got started by 10am. Our progress was somewhat hampered in the Hayden Valley area by the bison, who seemed to think they owned the place! They had a habit ...
... I'll post pictures but there's no way they will do it justice. After Mammoth Hot Springs, we went to this spot, near the border of Wyoming and Montana, where a boiling hot spring meets a cold river. When they converge together, they create a natural hot tub. It was so bizarre. We would be standing there and all of a sudden get hit with a burst of scalding hot water - or the other way around - freezing cold. ...