BEST WESTERN PLUS By Mammoth Hot Springs
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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What a day!!! The Yellowstone National Park is just breathtaking. We saw the first bison and lots of other animals. We "climbed" to the top of Mt. Washburn (the highest point of the park) and saw most of the northern part of the park: Mammoth Hot Springs, Lamar Valley, Norris ...
... ground rules before we set off. We weren't going to stop for a single bison and not even for a herd. We decided we were only going to stop for a large herd of bison if it had at least one large bull, a number of calves, and they were right along side the road. OK. Well that took about 5 minutes. Tick. What we hadn't factored in to our agreement was that the bison might have other ideas - and they did. Several times we had to stop as a herd of bison just decided to casually stroll ...
... 270 stairs and did a big loop looking at the hot springs which was good after sitting in the car for so long. This lodge is the nicest one we've stayed in so far and my favorite part about it is the smell. There are probably not many hotels you can say that about. The only problem with Yellowstone is there is no Wifi. I'm not a big fan of this whole camper lifestyle thing. No internet or tv in the room yet we have ...
... The ranger said they see them in that area just about everyday.
Fishing Bridge was interesting. There was a photo showing about 150 people fishing from the bridge in 1972. Not long after they band fishing as it is a spawning area for the native Cut Throat trout and the stocks were being depleted. Just past Fishing Bridge we went on a ranger led hike to Storm Point. The ranger was really informative and we ...
... of mostly black clothing, one dangling earring, shoes that are so worn, i can see his mis-matched socks beneath. The way he speaks reminds me of someone plucked from a different time. Bonding with them over cigarettes and conversation that was simple and honest was a luxury. Meeting new people was thrilling, and while i was not very taken by Robert's intellect, i was intrigued by this slender man in black. I can hear his voice even as i write, standing outside of ...