Hampton Inn Billings
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... discovery in the US, so there is lots of industry and refineries in Billings plus a sugar beet factory. There is no sales tax in Montana. We are staying at the Crowne Plaza in Billings which is the highest building of 20 stories. At the hotel by 4.15 and on the bus at 5.15 to go to our 'Be My ...
... so we did have to shut the car windows. We weren't prepared, but I did get a new 'long' sleeved shirt out of the deal when we stopped at a country store at the top of one of the mountains. It was awesome.
We were so close, we needed to go through Yellowstone. We did the northern loop and as soon as we entered we saw buffalo and a baby ...
... the road as we have a long way to go.
we are back on the Highway and cruising along .... why are there so many bikes?? , but then it clicked and we realized that Sturgis had just been going on and everyone was taking there bike butts home.
Having rode for 21 days in New Zealand on one... I have to say I am a little disapointed to see so many bikes on trailers being pulled by big ass trucks and 5th wheels ... hard core Harley ...
... guns. I was hoping none of them went crazy and wiped out an entire tour group. But with the temperature dropping rapidly we called it quits and headed home to share a bottle of wine we bought at Yellowstone. This trip keeps us so busy there is barely time to get a drink! And on that note we will mosey on to bed as we have to have our bags out by 6.30 am in the morning, ready to head to Little Bighorn, Crazy Horse and Mount Rushmore. Cowboy up ...
... have never seen in all our hotel stays across America, both this time and our last visit in 2009, so we weren’t impressed). Also when they went to go into the pool, Fred had to sign an indemnity form so he wouldn't sue the hotel if they had an accident swimming - pay for insurance and sign an indemnity form? You can't have it both ways, Howard Johnson! At least the laundry is cheap at $1.25 for a load of washing and $1 a load to dry.