GuestHouse International Inn & Suites - Miles City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... a bagel and a bottle of water. They had already begun to load the new aircraft when I got to the gate. I found my seatmates and we waited until they called our group number. We resumed our earlier conversation. It was an identical aircraft so seating was the same. The flight had been delayed an hour, but I had five hours to kill in Billings until my bus left, so I wasn't worried... except for my bag. I was again assured it had ...
... of sudden we'd see a burst of bright yellow, acres and acres of bright yellow sunflowers! So, we wondered if they are grown for cut flowers, sunflowers seeds, or sunflower oil. Doing a Google search, found out that North Dakota grows more sunflowers than anywhere in the country for oil seed production. Such a beautiful show of color! And, our presidents are celebrated as we saw on our trip last year. I-94 is part of the Eisenhower Interstate System. And, rolling hills and what ...
... 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 ...