Econo Lodge Billings

Address: 2601 Fourth Ave. North, Billings, Montana, 59101, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2601 Fourth Ave. North, Billings, is near Yellowstone Art Museum, MetraPark, Alberta Bair Theater for the Performing Arts, and Peter Yegen Jr. Yellowstone County Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Billings

Greg's Old Friends & Grandson Trey!

A travel blog entry by pykesonthego on Jul 29, 2014

... idea of what we do/don't far I don't like anything as much as what we've got...this is going to be a loooonngg process!
Tuesday evening we picked up Trey and took him out to the Japanese Steak House for dinner - first time we've seen him in 4 or 5 years - it was a great dinner, and good visit with him (he just celebrated his 20th birthday!), and afterwards, we got to meet his girlfriend, Morgan, who worked right next door at an Italian restaurant.

Beautiful Billings

A travel blog entry by quiltinlady on Jun 19, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

... Park that's just outside of town.

According to the Park's website, "prehistoric hunters who camped in Pictograph Cave left behind artifacts and over 100 pictographs, or rock paintings. The oldest rock art in the cave is over 2,000 years old.Their interpretations are still subject to debate. The images of animals, warriors, and even ...

Day 13. Billings Montana.

A travel blog entry by chopur on Sep 23, 2013

15 photos

... You see nothing but rock. Ohhh and snow. We only stopped once at the top because we didn't want to be stranded in the upcoming snowstorm that was moving in fast. All the way down it was switchback after switch back. As we looked down the mountain you could see the road snake it's way back and forth. After we exited the park there was a stretch of highway that was about 50 miles long. They had white crosses on the side of the ...

Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument

A travel blog entry by carol_fred on Aug 30, 2013

1 comment, 27 photos

... to keep the Indians on the Reservations so they could settle the Black Hills and mine the gold found there. Indians from the Lakota, Cheyenne, Crow, Sioux, Arapaho and many other tribes didn't want to do this since it would end their nomadic way of life. They decided to make a stand and joined forces in a huge encampment at Little Bighorn. There were about 8,000 Indians there and about 1,500 of them were ...

Pompey's Pillar NP and Billings, MT

A travel blog entry by jon.reinpold on Aug 11, 2012

5 photos

... temperatures. Plus the scenery was getting better and better the farther west we got. For being I-94, it wasn't a bad ride at all.

My dad's cousin, Tim Delaney, whom we are staying with tonight, said that we should visit Pompey's Pillar just east of Billings. In case you never heard of this place before (I hadn't either), it is one of the few actual evidence left by the Lewis and Clark Expedition on the ...