Country Inn & Suites By Carlson - Billings
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Very comfortable room - no complaints about the accommodation itself. Billings is not the most scenic spot, but a reasonable place to stop over. The hotel has no restaurant.
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Billings was our choice for a "one night stand" - only because it was about as far as we could drive towards Yellowstone without stopping really
The hotel was easy to find and the room was massive and comfortable. You can see from the photos that there was a rather oddly placed hot tub right in the middle of the bedroom. It had full length …
Just The Family Time
Has it really been eight weeks of traveling? Holy smokes! The main thing that set this week apart from our past weeks of traveling is that this week we didn't visit many people, only one actually. Six days out of this week it was just Annie, Teddy, and I. One of the great blessings (and challenges, if I’m being honest) of this trip, is that the three of us have been together nonstop for two months. This week we both realized: 1) We’re ...
... the Castle, the Meagher (pronounced Mar) County Historical Museum. The Castle was built @ 1890 by ? Sherman and donated to the Historical Society in 1960 by the Donahoe family. It and the carriage house are stuffed full with lots of interesting articles Howard Zietnehr and his grandson Jason McGuire ...
... inside when we go to bed.
Remember the motorhome warm up all daylong and takes a long time to cool down. By morning it is 77 inside. Not the most restful sleep but the price was right and this worked for our situation. Otherwise the local RV parks would have been $50 for a night. Also, we could have stayed overnight at a rest stop. Might do that next time.
... 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 ...