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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I left Creston bright and early, knowing that it would be a long, hot day before I reached my stop for the night, Helena, Montana.
By mid-morning the temperatures were already into the 30's and stayed around 34C the rest of the day... a scorcher!
Heading south from Creston, B.C., the U.S. Border (Idaho) is only about 10km from …
... at 7,000 feet and following it to the turnoff to Redfish Lake. This lake is well known to PNW fisheries people because it is where the last remaining Snake River Sockeye migrate to. In 1992 (or near then), Lonesome Larry was the last one. Thanks to a captive breeding program, 151 adult sockeyes returned last year. We always imagined Redfish Lake as an inaccessible, alpine pool. Instead, it is a very popular mountain destination with a lodge, cabins, beach and a busy ...
... still only 135 miles. Felt absolutely knackered though. Went straight to sleep as soon as we were checked in and unloaded.Monday 22nd June
Arm is still itchy but looking better to day, got a constant headache now and keep feeling sick.Tuesday 23rd June
Still got a constant headache but at least the itching has just about stopped, my arm is looking almost normal now. I got up early to take the bike in to get the new tyres fitted, was ...
... of us had been involved.
When he questioned us about the specifics of what we had with us, one of the items Bob mentioned was an orange. The officer told us that if he had found the orange and we hadn't told him about it he would have assessed a $300 fine. Yikes! That's an expensive orange! Apparently the US doesn't import any oranges (explains the lack of mandarins ...
... on loose rocky terrain. The second was Priest Pass, a far easier climb. However, to make things even more difficult, we had made the decision not to go to Helena, the capital of Montana, even though it sounds like a cool place. We decided not to for a number of reasons: lack of camping, labour day weekend, and the fact that it involved an 8 mile stretch on the highway. Missing out Helena meant packing 4 days worth of food as we won't see civilisation until Butte. As ...