Hampton Inn Jackson Hole
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Jackson
... valley. After our rest, we headed down the mountain with a new found skip in our step. Along the way a marmot friend joined us for a brief while. At the base, we took our tired legs for a much deserved swim in the lake. Nothing like freezing mountain water to wash away the sweat from your brow. Day two of the great mountain adventure in the ...
... he grew up in the Park. His dad was a manager of one of the lodges. He knew the answers to all of our questions. We saw deer and many, many bald eagles. No bear….I guess I just have to give up on that wish.
We got back to the Jackson Lake Lodge around 5 pm and we had to wait for the shuttle, so we had dinner in the Lodge. I would highly recommend that if you do nothing else while in the ...
... affairs in the media.
I've enjoyed a couple of relaxed days in the Jackson Hole area. The Tetons are fantastic - morning, afternoon, evening, and night. When I'm finished with today's travelblog, I'll head north in the direction of Yellowstone. I doubt that WiFi signals can be intercepted inside the park, so you will probably hear from me next time, when I'm out of the park and somewhere in Montana. ...
... machines). This was one of the several wifi "hot spots" in the village (the area had very poor, if any, cellular coverage and no wifi, other than here and in the restaurants). The Guest Lounge used to be the original restaurant at Colter Bay. Most of the cabins were kind of back up in the woods without too much of a view from the windows. Out our west window we could barely make out the lake and the mountains through the trees. Nice, but rustic, accommodations. ...
... anyone explain this?); pika (terrifying little endangered rodent that makes a really loud screaming noise and vibrates its whole body when it wants to eat your picnic food and is upset you’re not sharing)
Every morning in Yellowstone, Ryan put together his version of continental breakfast (sliced apples and oranges, dried dates, instant oatmeal via jet boil, and peanut butter toast). Each afternoon, in both parks, we ate “cooler ...