Best Western Yellowstone Inn
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Omdat de dag hiervoor qua reizen een beetje tegen was gevallen, besloten we dat we vandaag vroeg zouden vertrekken. Zodoende zouden we de drukte op de wegen voor zijn en wat meer tijd hebben om regelmatig te stoppen. Er stonden namelijk ruim 400 miles gepland!
Dus ontbijten hebben we in de auto gedaan waardoor we om kwart over 8 al op de …
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 ...
... to get such good food as take out but I guess that's what travelling with a temperamental dog makes you do. I had a very nicely prepared cedar plank salmon which was actually served on the plank (a first for me, see picture below) and Andy enjoyed a huge serving of Jambalaya (no, he didn't eat it all. Leftovers to be had tomorrow). Not much on TV, ended up watching ...
... the best KOA in America, in Pine Creek, MT, on the floor of an impressive steep valley called Paradise Valley. The raging Yellowstone River runs north through the valley's bottom. It's surrounded by ranches, million dollar homes, and shacks. A thick pine forest covers the walls of the valley until the mountain heights are too much for trees. A birch forest with thick grasses lines the river. Further south the valley narrows into a rocky canyon and when it widens again, ...
... the Buffalo Gap Campground in the Little Missouri National Grasslands in western North Dakota and found a spot to sleep. My plan was to sleep in my tent, but when I got out of the car and felt cool, bug-free air, and looked up at the clear, star-filled sky, I decided to skip setting up the tent and enjoy a night in the open. I had a great sleep. I’ll go back to that campground.
North Dakota sometimes gets a bad rap for being flat and boring. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility