Fairfield Inn Helena
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFairfield Inn Helena
We love Marriotts, and are never disappointed. The Fairfield in Helena was clean, comfortable, and affordable. We had to leave early to catch a plane before breakfast was served, but were still able to grab some muffins, fruit and coffee for the road.
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... it sounds like the closet place is "Buffalo Wild Wings" lol! Oh well, why not!
Stop! ... Jakers? .. best restaurant in town? Why not! It's close to the hotel and something new. . Jim wants to catch the Jay's game, but why? They have already kick my Sox's ! Ah, let's go see! Lol
Not far to go and a nice cozy place, reminds me a little of Brews in Bonnavista. .. but! ... ah, never mind, I'm on vacation! How is it everywhere we go, ...
... this rig drives much easier than Shorty and that she might want to sit in the driver's seat and check it out. Not so...yet.
I took the wheel and continued explaining the advantages of Fiona. She has a rear-facing video camera, video cameras on each side that come on with the turn signals to cover the "blind" spot and much better outside mirrors. These new ones are power adjustable and have great, smaller, panoramic mirrors attached.
Some of you might already know, but just to clear up any doubts, we are staying home for this winter. We honestly miss the snow and such, especially at our place at the lake. I've been concerned about Shorty's "health," so to speak. I've ordered and received a new windshield wiper motor and a new heat control for the dash heater. Things will be better with these thing installed and I'll feel more confident in ...
... always surrounded by tall pines and small mountains. A few had snow on the top, but most were green with trees and grass, and gray stone faces breaking the monotony. We drove into a lush green valley protected on all sides by hills and mountains, where farmers tilled the soil and grew various crops, one of which Steve identified as mustard, a sea of bright yellow blooms on dark green plants. And we saw ranches with cows and horses. And I wondered why I never see them both ...
... manual labor! We got our bucket, went back to the screening area, received instruction on how to wash/filter, and proceeded to process our dirt. Needless to say, our dug bucket yielded no sapphires. The concentrate contained numerous small sapphires, and one garnet, which were both fun and satisfying to find. What to do with them? Not much.
Left the next day for Gardiner, MT, and the Northeast entrance to Yellowstone National Park.