Hampton Inn Butte
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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This morning visited Helena and saw original Governor"s Mansion and visited Cathedral of St Helena, Victorian Gothic structure completed in 1914. Next visited state capitol. Capitol building not as elaborate as Madison but very historic and interesting.
Took route 287 south to Three Forks and Missouri Headwaters State Park. Clark arrived here July 25, 1805 and Lewis July 27th. They ...
... and a real steep climb up the mountain to get in the caves. I didn't bring my camera because in one part you had to sit down and slide through to the next room. I was afraid the lens might get cracked! We then headed to Missoula and went out to eat at a fabulous steak house in the warehouse district. I got prime rib and couldn't eat all of it! ...
Day 57 - Butte, MT Today we took a 2-hour tour with a gentleman that grew up here. He is a second grade teacher and he was a wealth of knowledge about all things Butte, Montana.
We saw lots of wonderful old buildings from the late 1800's which included the home of the Copper King (William Clark) and the house he built for his son; a couple of Brothels, Speak-Easy's; old Hotels; Churches; Theater's; etc. Also lots of older ...
... 8217;re just going to wing it!
Leaving Glacier Meadows campground today, we noticed a sprinkling of snow on the mountains. We had had rain through the night, and we guess it must have been cold enough for snow on the mountain tops. It was only 8 degrees when we started out, but got up to the mid twenties by the time we reached our campsite at Basin, Montana (just north of Butte, Montana for anyone looking at the map).
... a B&B..He was one of my heroes over the years...as is Regis, Martha Stewart, and Donald Trump is now..LOL..
Butte, Montana was a big mining town back in the 19th century and produced silver, gold, and copper....It was once the largest copper mining industry in the U.S., if not the world..Known as the "Richest Hill on ...