Cowboy Up Montana Roadhouse Dinner & Bed
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Cowboy Up Montana Roadhouse Dinner & Bed Saint Regis
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... dark, did I mention cold. We kept moving down the trail which was great, we encountered 8 additional tunnels of varying lengths and crossed over 7 old trestles. The trestles varied in height and length from 291' long to 850' long and height from 96' to 230'. We made to the end after 15 miles. We got on a shuttle that carried you backup close to the trail head. We had to ride back through the ...
... This is a deli and bakery. They sell everything Montana from cereals and grains to breads and PASTRIES. We had our lunch and bought various sandwich bread and sundries. We noticed that their sourdough slices were 35 mg of sodium. That was great news for someone now on a low sodium diet.
we finally stopped at a super Walmart. We had to pick up the extension cord so that I could have a microwave! SUCCESS. It ...
... incline) on an old railway line, quite nice scenery and very popular. Started the trail with a 2 km tunnel, very cold in there and my hands were like ice. A few other tunnels to go through too, but not as long. We went over a few old train bridges too.
Home for lunch and small nap, then we went white water rafting. Our trip down the ...
... I remember this scene from a Chevy Chase National Lampoons Vacation movie. The concierge at the front desk had one solid
eye and another looking in a totally different direction. Choosing an eye to
look at was awkward, but I was able to rent a cabin which was in the back of
the motel property. The cabin looked exactly as one would imagine, a small
kitchen, rickety bed, and a ceiling fan with two of the four blades removed.
... there flat board store fronts, saloons, horse hitches and dusty side streets; it was straight out of the old west period! We snap some photos, and find an old gold mine but don't stay long , because man are we hungry. Next thing we know we're driving through the more unfortunate parts of Montana; estate ranches turn to houses, houses to trailers and trailers to barely standing shacks. It was something to see and eye-opening at best, but yet ...