Best Western Weston Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Weston Inn West Yellowstone
The a/c worked nicely. The rooms were clean. The bathrooms were clean. Priced much more reasonably than parks at the South end of Yellowstone. Right across the street from a nice park and on the other side a laundry. Walking distance to town and restaurants. Would stay here again.
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Vandaag worden we beloond met IMAX landschappen en uitzichten. Vanaf vandaag zullen we over een groot aantal reeds begane wegen gaan. In ieder geval de nationale parken hebben we allemaal al een keer eerder bezocht.
Maar: there is an endless road to rediscover.
De schoonheid van al deze natuurpracht is nooit in één keer te zien.
Een van de speerpunten van deze vakantie is Yellowstone NP.
Het is niet te beschrijven wat je daar allemaal kunt zien. Toen we hier in 2010 waren verzuchtte Truus bij het vertrek hier zeker nog eens terug te willen komen. Volgens mij kun je hier weken doorbrengen en dan nog niet alles gezien hebben.
Omdat we Yellowstone zo belangrijk …
... as well.
We then drove over to west Yellowstone, left the park and went to our hotel – best western desert inn. We got our rooms and dropped off our stuff, we then meet up again and walked down the street to the wolf and grizzly discovery center. This was another optional. We got to see wolves being fed as well as bears wandering around. The center also had a few birds of prey. Our ticket also included a ticket to ...
... Road to the Sun through Glacier National Park. This was, we were assured, an amazing, narrow and torturous alpine road that we were sure to enjoy. That was the advertising at any rate. After a rather slow start trying to find fuel in a village busy closing down for the winter, we headed for the hills. The ride started poorly. The first 30 km of road were under repair, and we were reduced to a slow crawl behind cars and bikes obviously afraid ...
... close by. This trail took us past Lily Pond Lake and through a thermal area (which stank and was pretty desolate) and finally through a beautiful meadow back to the trailhead.
As well as the pools where you would be boiled alive, there are a few places in Yellowstone where you can swim in spring-warmed water. One of those is Firehole Swimming Area, so we tried that out. Olav and the kids went up to the rapids area and enjoyed ...