Great Falls Inn By Riversage
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Great Falls Inn By Riversage
Travel Blogs from Great Falls
... and across country covered with
prickly pears and grizzly bears. They
also encountered some severe weather hail that they described as 7 inches
across. I traversed the portage route
as best you can with the town of Great Falls and an Air Force base between the
two. There are preserved sites at an
overlook above the upper portage camp and in some farmland at the lower portage
camp. It is hard to ...
... It is a single use facility. I go in, lock the door (or at least I thought I locked it) and begin doing what I need to do. Suddenly the door opens, I pop up yelling "excuse me" and the poor woman who opened the door is speechless. She quickly closes the door and I relock it so I can complete what I started. When I leave the poor woman is extremely apologetic and embarrassed. I reassure her that no harm was done. At that precise moment ...
... pretty. Our conversation convers many topics and at times we just ride silently watching the landscape go by.
As we near Coutts, I tell Heidi in a matter-of-fact way that we have to soon be careful about what we say as I am convinced that there are microphones in the pavement below the cars and that border guards can hear what is being said. She gives me a disbelieving look and then tells me that there are no microphones they are satellites that ...
... after our last trip so hadn't thought to verify that before we left. Fortunately we got a border guard who wasn't too diligent and after the usual questions about where we were from and where we were heading, only asked us (twice) if we had ever been arrested. No questions about the dog (thankfully). We may need to get a certificate emailed from Nibsy's vet to get him back ...
... of the Corps of Discovery, but despite some very dangerous situations they miraculously all met up together as planned a few miles south of the pre-determined location. Any, Clark’s party went down the Yellowstone River, and when he came across the Pillar he did what any dude would do – he climbed to the top and carved his name in it! Amazingly this piece of 200-year old graffiti still exists, and that’s what I saw. There ...