The Riverside Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Picked this nice hotel to stay while we enjoyed Brady's soccer and the sights.
... war, due to its red hue that looked like blood to them (it is actually rust in the soil). We would need to plan and pack carefully. It's a challenge we were up to - goodbye "World Travelers," hello "Universe Travelers!"
Landing on Mars was amazing! It was beautiful, the craters that we see from earth are huge up close (obviously). We donned our protective suits and went to settle in at the one and only God of War ...
... humid than we’re used to. This was not appealing to us at all so we tried desperately to find a hotel, motel, Airbnb room or anything else with 4 walls and air-conditioning. There was nothing available anywhere, but the RV park we had reserved a site at so we crossed our fingers that our little air conditioner would keep us cool while we camped out in the hottest weather we’d encountered on our trip yet.
Our RV park was located right ...
... in town – we couldn’t afford to! In any case, our hotel, Knob Hill Inn, was a far better draw. Our room was the kind of place we would like for ourselves in Melbourne – it was spacious and the décor and furniture were modern but homely.
We picked Ketchum as a stop as it’s fairly close to the Craters of the Moon National Park. It does feel like a bit of a moonscape in parts; the area has been well protected so you get a real sense of the ...
... from Michigan and they were accompanied by a resident of Great Falls.
Once back on the interstate and travelling, we see a sign telling us that Helena is 42 miles down the road. I look at the clock. We have been on the road for and hour and a half and we have only gone 50 miles! Even Heidi notices that we have not gone very far so we resume the trip, but our plan is foiled again as we become intrigued by something called Gates of the Mountains ...