BEST WESTERN Cross-Winds Motor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from West Yellowstone
... Basin where Nic showed us mudpots, geysers, fumaroles (steam vents), and the caldera. The whole region is an active volcano, and we are in its caldera. She compared the area to baking a cherry pie without poking holes to vent the steam. Our next stop was a 15 minute WC stop at the Lake Hotel, built/renovated in 1908 by the same guy who did the Coronado Hotel, which we have visited, in San Diego in California. Very impressive. Reminds me of Disney's Grand Californian Hotel in ...
... of us, plus Tim, the guide hiked up to the very top. Definitely a feeling of achievement! We then headed back to camp, the campsite is on the edge of a lake, really lovely setting, so had a quick swim, it was refreshing, but very cold, so it was quite a quick swim. Tim cooked BBQ for dinner which was lovely, so another brilliant day! We are now heading back to Yellowstone, to drive through before heading to the Grand Teton national ...
... fields. We saw an array of wildlife at this park: Two grizzly bears, a female elk on a back road, countless random deer, and a huge heard of buffalo just outside the park.
This is a geothermal hot pocket, and a terrain like no other I have, or may ever, witness. This park will take you 2 days to explore and see even just the main things, all hikes aside. This park is traffic packed, and without any passing lanes, a ...
... room division is smoothed to the touch only from human contact, including the beds. The rooms open out onto a saloon style Gallery, this is a hotel stay of the cowboy and was amazing in its self. The park is a slow drive through a landscape steaming in every direction with plumes of white sulphurous gas. Geyser after geyser ooze an array of steam, multi coloured mud and crystallising water. 'Old Faithful' draws a large crowd ...
... no worries. We plan on coming back next season and tour guiding our brains out once again!
I shall update the entries again once we have spent some time in Bozeman so that I may actually have something to write about. Okay, I think that is enough chatter for now. We must be off! Goodbye to Yellowstone! Wishing all of our friends luck still here in Yellowstone and hoping that our trip will be one for the books! Hooza!!