GuestHouse International Inn & Suites - Miles City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Heated pool
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Montana seems to enjoy having massive sculptures. We stopped at New Salem where they had an enormous Holstein cow perched on top of a hill, silhouetted against the sky. Further along there is the enchanted highway which has massive metal sculptures every 3 or 4 miles. They are amazing and were made by local farmers from scrap metal. The largest is approximately 110' high. We were bucking a really high ...
... layover. The walk to the departure gate for Billings was short and they were already boarding when I got there. The airline (United) was using a new boarding procedure: first class first, then priveleged passengers and military, then 3 groups to follow. The next group was all window seat passengers, then all middle seat and finally aisle seats. It seemed smooth enough, except all the overhead bins were full by the time they ...
... br> No discount for being a Housekeeper at the HI when I was in High School working for $2.27 an hour.
Swimming, whirlpool and order take out Chinese from nearby Hunan. Syl ordered 3 Orange Chicken and 2 Fried Rice, I ordered 1 Egg Roll and Chicken Chow Mein for 1 - the woman asked like - 1,2,3, yes. 3 orange chicken.... the order arrived and we were starving... thought we would have those cute little white containers... NO, THEY WERE HUGE WHITE CONTAINERS, ...
7-2-14 – Wednesday - North Dakota to Montana
Woke up to a beautiful 51 degree sunny morning. Loaded up and headed west on I-94 into mountain time and to Medora, ND where we unhooked the Superu and the three of us drove thru Theodore Roosevelt National Memorial Park for a brief 3 ½ hr. tour. It was really nice to get off the highway and enjoy nature ...
... I’m sure he would love to talk to you.” She looked up his telephone number and gave it to me. When I got back to the Jeep, I called him, but there was no answer. I left a message with my 'phone number. Lunch. Called Glenn again… no answer.
There was an antique store, Art’s Antiques, which had been recommended to me, so I stopped in. It is the place to go if you’re interested in glass and china ...