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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Day 1 drive was great! We had burgers at Frank's Diner in Spokane, went through Idaho, and got to Missoula in 10 hours- not bad. We stayed at the C'Mon Inn-boys' choice and it did not disappoint.
Day 19 was a lot of driving. We had breakfast at a café in
Missoula, lunch at a Brazilian place in Bozeman that Lindsey’s cousin Willy recommended,
and stopped for the evening in Gillette, WY where we found a brewery/wood-fired
pizza place for dinner.
We got going early on Day 20 because we wanted to fit in a
A strange sensation brewed within me as I was bent over, checking for stones. Finally the two employees left the area and a bassoon of wind howled from betwixt my eaves; the internal gulf was depleted and no one was injured I'm proud to say, but they had to hear that, even on the street. After getting the stones weighed and evaluated we got back in the truck. A family was walking across the street and one little boy lifted his middle finger mightily, wagging ...
leaving Devils Tower we came across a very little town called Hulett. To be quite honest, I had missed a turn one
hundred metres from where I should have turned left there is was.
It was like
stepping back in time. Old stores with hitching rails in front of
them line the street. I was waiting for
a Wells Fargo Stage Coach to come around the corner at any second.
of Hulett is ...
... had flown by just purely because every stop or every hour or so the landscape would change or we would see 'American stuff’ by the road to keep us entertained. By this I’m talking about small ‘Western looking’ towns, gas stations and the large road signs which are often amusing as the more local based ones clearly have been done by someone’s uncle like takeaway menus in England.
We reached Montana and our stop ...