Havre Budget Inn

Address: 115 Ninth Ave., Havre, Montana, 59501, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 115 Ninth Ave., Havre, is near Wahkpa Chu'gn Archaeological Site and Wahkpa Chu'gn Archaeological Site.
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Travel Blogs from Havre

"Big Sky Country" gray with low clouds

A travel blog entry by tslatta on Aug 23, 2014

... RV park was closed due to rain and standing water. Gas $3.53 to $3.59 on today's route. A 10-mile road repair stretch near Lincoln could put Alaska highway repairs to shame! 472 miles today, an unusual amount for we "Sunday drivers". Good, safe day...and now the warmth of heater while we ...

Trains, Trains, Trains

A travel blog entry by olytrains on Jun 08, 2014

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Some of you may know this, but US Highway 2 runs parallel to the BNSF tracks. OK, the tracks disappear here and there, but they're usually in sight. Today as we were driving we saw an endless procession of trains, mostly going east. I even stopped to photograph a few. Tonight we're in Havre, MT. This is a railroad town with a very busy engine terminal and one of the few heavy repair shops on the BNSF. We were lucky enough to get a room ...

Almost to glacier!

A travel blog entry by hkirkpatrick on Jul 11, 2013

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... needed laundry! We went to dinner to celebrate my birthday at the Glacier Mountain Lodge, very good food. We all had a piece of huckleberry pie to celebrate. We then did a recon run into Glacier, and drove about 15 miles of the Going to the Sun road. Very ...

Glacier: the Gifts of Beauty

A travel blog entry by josie.scott on Jun 06, 2013

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... hotel near Marias Pass. It was built in 1939 for the railroad workers, but it now serves tourists who have a love for the railroads. It features caboose and engine cabins that are amazingly well-appointed. You can climb the overpass and watch the trains pass right beneath you. Lunch was delicious.

We topped the pass and headed into the plains. It was hard to say good bye. We ended up boondocking in Havre. Tomorrow: the historical Montana.
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Second day on the road Havre to Bismarck

A travel blog entry by knightc on Jun 01, 2013

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... I made sandwiches for lunch (while driving). We are now on 13 south and it's a BUMPY road! About 60 or 70 miles to the interstate I think.

The speed limit on interstate is 75. Bob seems to have cruise control set at 67.

We stopped at Painted Canyon visitors centre which is in Roosevelt National Park - kind of a mini Grand Canyon. There were buffalo grazing right by the parking lot. Bob said he thought he was back ...

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