Grand Williston Hotel & Conference Center
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Williston
... Indian village. A replica of the fort now stands a few miles west of Washburn ND on the north bank of the Missouri. It is well worth the stop if you are ever in the area but there isn’t much else around.
Before the fort I stopped at the LC Interpretive Center for North
Dakota. They have an excellent museum
and an extensive collection of artwork by Karl Bodmer who painted Indian ...
... arrival and we both walked over to see what needed to be done and to pay the bill. Everything is walking distance at this end of town....although no one seems to walk...just us. Ron spent about an hour emptying the fresh water tanks as they had been sitting for over a week. He had to chlorinate the tank, empty it again and then fill with clean water....kind of time consuming...and then we spent an hour or so unloading the hotel room ...
... so we hope they can hold air...we have had to buy a cooler and a bag so we won't have to throw out all our food and we have a way to transport our clothes in something other than Piggly Wiggly bags. When travelling in the RV, we typically load up the drawers and closets and don't take suitcases or overnight bags...as we have not needed them!!!..Hopefully we will be in Ontario by Thursday. Without the ...
... It's everything you've imagined. It was challenging, but we managed to find a motel room we could afford. Motel rooms are going for about double what we'd expect anywhere else. We got a real bargain at Motel 6 for $103.00 plus tax. It's a tiny room, but new, clean, and comfy. Tomorrow we're staying in Havre, MT. at the Great Northern Inn. We'll be right next to the tracks at a busy rail yard. I should get my fill of trains. ...
... the car creates as it moves through the air. We made it back to Williston in time to have dinner at Famous Dave's but not without some damage. An oil field truck kicked up a large rock the put a big chip in our windshield right in my line of sight. This will be the second road trip that will end with a new windshield. Other than the steam train I did not take any pictures today. I think Mary has one or two that she can add. ...