Hampton Inn Jackson Hole
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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The next day the weather was dramatically different and we got amazing views of Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse, the Black Hills forest, Custer State Park and the Badlands. At Mount Rushmore, Wills asked a lady to take our picture. After she took it she asked if we were from Australia. Wills had just about had enough by this stage and said impatiently "Why does everyone keep asking that, it's really beginning to irritate me!" She replied with an awkward "Okaaay" ...
... squeezing it between your fingers injects more in to you, it felt like I had been stung again as I pulled it out.
we were only staying near Yellowstone for one night as it's such a tourist trap, and priced accordingly. Before checking in we rode in to Yellowstone and to old faithful. The national park annual pass is really paying off now as ...
... incredible and it made me think how strange it is, as a DC resident, patriotic American, that I spent my whole life associating with an American symbol such as the buffalo, without having ever seen one. And how little I had seen of our country. Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo. ;-) ß---- It’s a real sentence, look it up! Senator Kohl’s ranch is spectacular. Nestled in one of the most breathtaking landscapes I have ever seen. ...
... 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 ...
... not sure what is was; he claimed it wasn’t that his feet or knees were hurting or anything. Anyway, we continued on down Cascade Canyon which first runs in a mostly southerly direction from Solitude Lake, then turning directly eastward after Cascade Creek’s confluence with another creek to run between the Grand Teton to the south and Mount Saint John to the north. The shadows of the peaks got continually longer as we slowly made out way downward from ...