Quality Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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So somehow I have already lost one of my credit cards that I remember putting back after I paid for lunch. Even after getting off after boarding and going back to where I used it I had no luck. I am on the plane to LA now so I will have to call ...
... video and the only word to sum him up is stud. That kid is one of the nicest and most genuine guys in the world and he deserved every bit of the long list of accomplishments he had in his college career. First team all league running back, prom court and 5th place in the state 4x1 relay just to name a few. Like I said, ...
... from the "classic" views from within Grand Teton National Park. We drove through the town of Driggs which seemed like a very nice little town (interesting shops, lodging, and restaurants) that apparently benefited from being near the Tetons and the Grand Targhee Ski Area, in particular.
We proceeded north to Ashton, ID where we stopped to write and mail a postcard. On the way out of town we (I) couldn't ...
Left Cam and Morgan today and drove to Butte in Montana. Stopped in at Flathead Lake and Nine-pipe National Wildlife Refuge. Beautiful scenery! Stayed at the Finlen Hotel in Butte. Butte is a very old mining town which rich American history. Had a great steak in town and spoke to several locals around the town about the area. The town had a population of 100,000 in the 1920's but has only 33,500 now. The town was quiet but had ...
... times. The welcome into town is a huge open pit mine, now inactive. Copper was the primary product with a very rich environment for heavy metals; lead, arsenic, mercury, cadmium, as well as the copper. Unfortunately all the mining created what we have been told is the nation's largest superfund site, something we did not know when we stopped. I saw a notice in the laundromat advertising water ...