Hampton Inn Billings

5110 Southgate Drive, Billings, Montana, 59101, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 5110 Southgate Drive, Billings, is near The Moss Mansion, The Rimrocks, MetraPark, and Geyser Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Billings

    Rosebud and Little Bighorn

    A travel blog entry by bobkat68 on Jul 16, 2014

    5 photos

    ... pictures. Being at this site brought history to life.  With Shiloh the past 2 years Bob has now seem the two out of the way, hard to reach from Olney battlefields he wanted to visit.   Tomorrow we go to Bozeman.  It is 140 miles and 2 hours west of here. We will do it in 8 hours by following the scenic Beartooth Highway along the Montana/Wyoming border,  through northern part of Yellowstone and then north to ...

    We reach Yellowstone in a dramatic way

    A travel blog entry by annarichard on Sep 04, 2013

    20 photos

    ... and had meal in their cafeteria because it was 9 PM by then -- and the cafeteria was there and cooking in the pitch dark with after 9 wasn't nearly as attractive as a plate of food in the cafeteria -- even at park prices.

    Our elevation was about 8000 feet and probably below 50F in the night, but we had the Cheyenne blankets and cloth sleeping bag above us, so we were warm -- though Anna had sore back and didn't sleep that ...

    Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument

    A travel blog entry by carol_fred on Aug 30, 2013

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... to their own customs. The soldiers who gathered up the dead, marked the position of their fallen comrades so that years later these wooden markers could be replaced with marble grave stones. 26 granite grave stones have also been placed where they know that an Indian was killed. Stories passed down through the generations gave the names and places where it is believed that warrior died.

    There are ...

    A river runs through it

    A travel blog entry by fafeita on Jul 18, 2011

    32 photos

    ... take us wherever (which usually meant back to being stranded on the banks), watching others lose items such as chilly-bin lids and jandals and then uselessly try to gain them back, sun, nice cool water and pure enjoyment of each other’s company ensued. Good times huh. Finally the fun would end, upon reaching the drop-off point. The stowed car would be used to pick up MJ’s truck up the valley while the rest of us soaked up the rays on the riverbanks. What a glorious ...

    Day 6: Billings Sucks

    A travel blog entry by rjsplow on Apr 26, 2011

    22 photos

    ... and trail to the monument were open and we walked around the grounds freely and without any sort of crowd. I observed the first snow of the trip and we watched films of the impressive making of the monuments. Postcards were purchased. Pictures were taken.

    Afterward we stopped into Keystone, a town below the monument still half asleep from winter but very clearly awakening. We ate at the Ruby House, a most impressive red-velvet ...