Hilton Garden Inn Kalispell
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilton Garden Inn Kalispell
This Hilton Garden has been renovated recently and so the rooms and facilities are very nice and comfortable. Staff is great and friendly. Convenient to restaurants and the park. At the end of the day, nothing better than fresh cookies at the front desk:)
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... seemed hazier and found out the wildfires burning in Idaho and Washington were causing the haze. We were doubly bummed about the fires because Charlie's cousin Peter, who lives in Missoula, was supposed to meet up with us tomorrow, but was called up to help fight the fires in Idaho. Headed back to civilization to a Best Western in Kalispell, where the kids and their iPads had a joyful reunion with the ...
... worn pathways and take a road less traveled to use another's phrase. That's what this trip was about, stepping out alone on a bicycle and experiencing the textures of the journey. I learned what it was like to be left alone with my thoughts for hours as I cycled along a lonely mountain pass, no texts, no emails, no phone reception at all. I was able to hear the grasshoppers and locusts "clack" as ...
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... where almost every building was a casino…most the size of a postage stamp.
We even saw the Boisvert Camp on Lake McGregor, a large beautiful lake surrounded by, yet again, tall pines, and little else. (For those who do not know, Boisvert was my name before I married Steve.) Those French Canadians are everywhere.
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... felt more like driving across a pool table. The World Pass Committee should decertify this pass.
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