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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... huge because we could make it out clearly from a long way away and then one of the other hikers let us look through his scope thing and see it up close and personal – trust me it was HUGE!
So finally Severin got to see his Grizzly…and as it seems to be the case that every time he wishes to see an animal it appears he has chosen ‘dragon’ as his next animal of choice – I am feeling a little safer about this one!
... on the way down. Also saw some sort of rodent-like mammal (keep forgetting to look up the name) which was kind enough to pose for me. And of course chipmunks everywhere (professional courtesy?) – nearly stepped on one, which would have been so uncool.
After the hike I went to the Many Glacier Lodge to look around and have a late lunch/early dinner. The lodge is a cool old building – it’s a grand hotel ...
... shores of the lake.
The next day I was up early to give myself a full day inside, but even this did not seem early enough. To my dismay there was a lineup of about 20 vehicles at the park gate. It had been open for hours, but the hordes were already descending. As I pulled up at the information centre the carpark resembled a shopping centre at peak hour. Sadly, despite its (relatively) out of the way location, Glacier felt a bit like an outdoor Disneyland. ...
... we are grateful for. She has provided us with enough to do over the past two weeks. When we arrived in Missoula, Montana which had been recommended to us for its biking we were just so happy to be there. The guy at the visitor centre was stellar and told us of a shin dig by the riverside and the best trails to visit. We spent the afternoon looking around, enjoying the surfers and kayakers riding the man made wave in the middle of town ...
... alert to the upper branches of nearby Aspen tree intensely jostling in the breezeless air. Chris and my eyes locked with an unspoken assumption that we were about to have our very first bear encounter. So we did what any logical, unarmed human would do...stood on our picnic table to get a better look:) Being able to see that there was nothing of any sizably threatening height shaking the tree, we walked over to check it out. We approached to find a busy ...