Fairfield Inn Bozeman
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- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Indoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Travel Blogs from Bozeman
... Nina for half an hour or so this morning before leaving the hotel. It was great to be able to chat with them again as the last time we spoke was to say goodbye on July 8 as they headed for the airport and their home in England at the end of their visit in late June, early July.
It was another blistering hot day (mid-30's to start) in Montana but the ride was easy; straight south on #287, ...
... and without guardrails. There were motorcycles everywhere! As we approached the summit, the last couple of thousand feet had large amounts of snow still accumulated, and it was a little cold at around 55 degrees. We stopped at the summit that had the top elevation sign of 10,947 to take a picture, and so did everyone else! Motorcycles kept stopping to take the same picture, and someone volunteered to take a picture of Jody and I together, and ...
... an ghostly relic of the past, and the station closed due to the damage of Hurricane Sandy. The station area is still the embarkation point for bus loads of tourists for the Statue of Liberty, but they access the loading barge from alongside the Station until it gets repaired. There is a peaceful riverside promenade about a kilometre long, this day occupied by only a handful of strollers and fishers despite the fine weather. From this promenade are dramatic views ...
... faster than that of Yellowstone getting from one place to another is not a huge deal. Ible and I will never miss the 45MPH top speed limit in the park. Anyways, got to Bozeman about 7pm, met with our friend for dinner at Montana Ale Works. I must say that Montana Ale Works has some of the best food and beer not only in town, but in all of Montana as well. During the summer, whenever Ible and I came to town ...
... and set up camp.
While filtering water from the nearby pond, a brown trout swam nearby. We all watched for minutes. Then we set down for dinner, rice and bean jambalaya followed by hot chocolate. After cleaning up, brushing teeth, and hanging our food, we went for a pre-bedtime stroll up a nearby knoll. Then we snuggled into our sleeping bags and read some more by headlamp before closing our eyes.
It was a chilly ...