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 …
The last day in Yellowstone was magnificent we saw old faithful, a huge geyser that can be predicted at its next eruption.On the last day we went to go see or much rather go swim in a hot spring that wasn't going to singe our skin of but it was really nice and hot like a huge bathtub. Then after that it was time to leave Yellowstone and it started …
Here it is: Our last full day in Yellowstone Nationalpark - our first visit, but surely not the last! And yet again we woke up to sunshine, but icy temperatures.
After a quick in-room breakfast and a check of the estimated eruption times for all geysers we started the day with a nice view on an Old Faithful eruption. Afterwards we started …
Yet again it was going to be a beautiful day. So far, we've been absolutely lucky with the weather in Yellowstone, as we were aware there could be early snowfall in September.
We took our time today with some coffee at the cafeteria and then drove to the artist paintpots for an early morning walk (the jetlag still had us these days :)). It was …
... of mud pools, (mostly dry), geysers (mostly inactive,) hot springs and fumaroles (hot steam vents) right on the edge of Yellowstone Lake. Felt like we were walking along the beach. Then drove along the shore of the lake to our camp at Bridge Bay. Luckily we had booked as it was full. Good camp, again in the pine woods. You really need a week in each park, so much to see and so much activity with ranger walks, talks, etc. Old Faithful Geyser ...