Great Falls Inn By Riversage
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Another day of travel has put us back in the USA. We enjoyed our time in Canada and have always found the Canadian residents pleasant, but it was nice to get back where we use miles and gallons rather than kilometers and liters. Multiplying by .6 or dividing by 3.5 gets tiresome after a while.
As we passed through Calgary we decided to stop at Olympic Park instead of just driving past. We have passed by the site of the 1988 Olympics several times, but this is ...
... due to early cave tours that used to encourage souvenirs. But the strange thing is that it is really two caves that were connected by a man made tunnel during the FDR administration. They also blasted in a second entrance tunnel so that the cave tour can be downhill where you enter at an upper level and exit out the man-made tunnel back at Visitors Center level. The government doesn't usually make modifications to caves, and certainly doesn't dynamite ...
... no intention to wait so I step over the mop and use the facilities then make my way out the car. We leave the hotel parking lot at 8:30 and 10 minutes later we are well on our way out I-84. Today’s route is going to be exclusively using the interstate highway system, even though it is a bit farther. The trip down along the secondary highway was shorter, but slower and did not have the diversion of a town every so often as the interstate ...
... message, followed by my own addition, “I actually think it is because she was anticipating spending 7 whole days with me!” She scoffs at this when I read what I sent and we both laugh. The fun has just begun.
The kilometers roll under us. Heidi finished her coffee before we were out of Edmonton city limits. I have been sipping mine slowly and I know that if I don’t, I am going to need a washroom stop sooner than later. I have at ...
... miles we could and I got to put my feet in the lake. Beautiful lake; it is amazing how clear and cool.
After we left the park, we were still in the middle of nowhere Montana and Karen’s phone finally got out of "roaming" mode – she got all of the messages that were waiting for her from the last 3 weeks. It was chiming like crazy…
We headed out of the park and south toward Helena. We want to mark off ...