Econo Lodge Billings

2601 Fourth Ave. North, Billings, Montana, 59101, United States | Hotel
Prices starting from $27.00
 

Travel Blogs from Billings

I went out with my boots on...

A travel blog entry by ianjordan

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... went for a drive up to the old BIllings Boothill. I wandered about and took a few pics before a rapidly approaching storm made me think about heading back to the motel.

Sorry about two boring posts in a row, but at least I have some pics this time.
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The Devil's in the Details

A travel blog entry by augustinesghost

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... the resident Tribes of the Northern Great Plains beat back General Custer (this is where he made his Last Stand and was killed) and the US army. Of course, it wasn’t much later that those tribes where squashed and finally forced onto the reservations we have today. This occurred around the time of the nation’s Centennial celebration (mid-1876) – recent enough that we have photos of the Indian chiefs and braves ...

Last day exploring Billings

A travel blog entry by zonas

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32

... from the top of pompy's pillar!!! We returned to the Rv, and took the dogs down to the creek behind the campground, then we found a path that led to the Yellowstone river!!, it was such a stunning sight!!, a huge wall of rim rock rose above the river on the opposite side!! Incredible. Almost lost Sally dog as she jumped in for a swim, shayla grabbed her before she headed downstream!! Great day!! On to Custer, South Dakota ...

Back in the lower 48

A travel blog entry by debdana

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Left our campground in McBride in a big hurry. As we tried to pack up our camper, the mosquitos were eating us alive. They were everywhere and vicious! Drove down the road to the Mt. Robson Provincial Park Visitor's Center where there was supposed to be great views of Mt. Robson, BC’s highest peak. Too many clouds. From there we headed over Yellowhead Pass and dropped into Alberta, Canada and Jasper, National Park. We were here about ...

In the Outback

A travel blog entry by mrlocation

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... Forks on I-90 we picked up a 44 fl oz Coke to go (the previous largest was 32 fl oz in Fort Benton) and a coffee each with French Vanilla (to which we had both been coverted). We bopped all the way along I-90 to the satellite country music station. We were getting very familiar with its top 30 and Zoe would squeal with delight when one of her favourite tracks came on. She knows the words to several of these songs already, but we didn't hear ...

Location

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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