Kelly Inn Billings
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKelly Inn Billings
Handy motel clean comfortable. Can hear other guests from room.
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... to buy the pork chop on a stick, but Jean wasn't interested. Then we walked over to a booth that advertised a Strawberry Kabob, but alas, it was chocolate covered, and too many for Jean to do alone. So I got a strawberry sundae with nuts & whipped cream. Yum! Next was the Ferris Wheel where we could overlook the fair (advertised as the largest in the state) was not very big compared to the Indiana state fair we had attended a few years ago. But it was still a fun ...
Took off early and finally found a coffee shop for Deb in Browning. The area is in the Blackfeet reservation. Took the scenic route US 89 to Great Falls and met Chad Bushman for lunch at Applebee's along the Missouri River. Drove on through the Lewis and Clark Nat’l Forest to White Sulphur Springs ...
... bit noisy mainly because we parked near the main entrance road so a lot of young people who drive loud cars and like to accelerate as they leave the area.
For our one night stand in Montana, we arrive around 8PM as it is getting dark. We park, level, put the bedroom slide out and go out to Red Robin for dinner. Return, shower and go to bed. It is warm out and warm in. ...
... in March and April. You don’t plant anything out doors until Mother’s Day. That would be a hard sell for us!
Back on the road, we could see that we were leaving the hill country. As far as we could see to the east it was flat. Our road wound around north of the freeway, through farmland, with the last of the buttes rising off to our left. It was hot, but the wind had shifted ...
... Here at Pompey's Pillar National Monument is a signature of William Clark carved on softstone (see picture). It was quite neat to be standing exactly in a location 200+ years later where William Clark stood. I also want to give kudos to the ranger at the pay booth for letting us in the park for free since it was near closing time. The rangers here were very nice and helpful as well. Highly suggest you come see this if ...