Best Western Yellowstone Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Best Western Yellowstone Inn Livingston
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After leaving Washington, we crossed the panhandle of Idaho. Unfortunately we only stayed one night in Idaho, we had no idea how beautiful it was going to be. At least the part we were in. We spent one day in Coeur d'Alene. It was a great place. A small college town with a lot going on. Beautiful city park with beach and very big lake right in town. People sunbathing, paddle boarding, and kayaking. The downtown area was filled with great little shops, galleries, restaurants, ...
... hour mission to get to the Rockies. We hit something, or so it seemed, west of here. I stopped to look at the car. It may have been a piece of tire on the road. Everything looked fine after I pulled over at the next exit to get a look at it. When it happened another car was passing me, but we weren't even close. I've been careful with the van, checking oil and giving it frequent once overs. She's not young anymore, reaching 175,000 miles ...
For the last couple days we stayed with a very nice family in Livingston MT. We did some gardening work for them in exchange for the best food we have eaten on our trip and the first bed we have slept jn. The food was absolutely delicious. They let us borrow their inner tubes for a float down the Yellowstone river and took us to a spring fed pool. We also went for a short bike ride to explore the city. It was a great couple days special thanks to anonymous ...
... Mary. Tom's doctor discharged him from the hospital and Bill and Mary both researched long term rehab hospitals. They ended up choosing Plantation Bay Rehab Center, which is quite close to where Tom lives in St. Cloud, so it will be easy for Bill to visit while he stays in Tom's motor home. Tom was transported there after this decision was made. This is all good news and means that Tom is finally on the road to recovery.
Once that got settled, ...
... What a find! We stayed at a charming, locally owned hotel, the Livingston Inn. All decked out in western wear including horse shoe towel and toilet paper racks and cowboy roping serving as "crown molding". I settled in to read while Andy continued TripAdvisor research and located our restaurant for take out dinner, Montana's Rib and Chop House. Seems kind ...