Helena Comfort Inn
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... used this opportunity to get his afternoon nap which he has been missing on this trip due to our busy schedule. A few miles down the road, we left the trees and lakes and entered the cliff area--huge clefts on both sides of the curvy road with very little vegetation. Another buffalo in the road slowed us for a few minutes. He was a little faster than the first. Our Winnie went up this road very slowly and came down very fast!! We ...
... and only has contemporary art, apparently the Lewis and Clark items have also been removed. In any event we had a great lunch in downtown Missoula and the area apparently has been rejuvenated as it was a great small downtown with nice art galleries, shops and restaurants. It was much nicer than the State capital Helena,this may be because the university of Montana is in Missoula. We then went to the Fort Missoula historical museum, again nothing of significance, but we did spend ...
The White Motor Company built 35 Red Busses for the Glacier Tour company between 1936 and 1939. Of these 35 busses, 34 remain in use today. They have an interesting story...they were taken off the road in 1999 when stress cracks were discovered in some of the frames and replaced with more modern tour busses. Repeat visitors, bus drivers and park employees continued to ask for ...
... holds the weight of the building on his shoulders. Hence, the name Atlas.
Additional places we visited were the Montana Historical Society (an awesome museum), the State Capital (a gorgeous building inside), the Great Northern Carousel, St. Helena's Cathedral, General Mercantile (the Merc), the State Capitol, Reeder's Alley and of course, the Missouri River.
I hope you enjoy our photos. Next stop .... Great Falls, Montana.
... call, I called Winnebago back to be told the guy I spoke with was out for the afternoon on vacation, no one had a clue what was going on, I was asked who I was talking to at PowerGear. Like I would know. Anyway, absolutely no help, the day was almost shot, and irritation level was beyond the red zone. We emphasized we needed the jack when we arrived in Forest City, Iowa. The list of repairs continues to grow. And we will now be there the day after ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed