Hilton Garden Inn Missoula
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This morning, we woke up to some beautiful, snowy views in Bozeman. We continued our trek west, driving to Missoula. Along the way we were rewarded with amazing scenery at almost every turn. We drove through and around several mountain ranges throughout the day and the snowy vistas just never got old. Missoula is a decent size city, with a …
... are all sold out except for 'The Drunk Tank". Naturally I inquire about that............
It is a room with a bed and a bucket, no shower, no TV, not a single luxury. If one of their bar flys gets too loaded, they put them in there for the night. She asks if I want to look at it. I think not, I have had enough crummy room experiences of late! As I start to leave I walk past a barfly playing pool who asks me if my parents had any tall children? I suppose a ...
... the original counter and shelves behind which hold cans of oil, beer and coffee. These two buildings are under federal protection and can never be restored; only bracing can be added to keep it upright. A short stroll later and we arrived at the hotel. Three-stories high and in exquisite shape. Old pans and plates were around, rust had holed some of them but most kept their designs; the kitchen was still fitted with a dented grease/smoke hood above a ...
... very severe one in 1959 which caused hugh rock slides in Lake Hebgen area and altered features in Yellowstone.
Got on interstate 90 in Three Forks area and headed 150 miles west thru Butte to Missoula.
Ate at a Blue Canyon Grill for Kathy's birthday and had very nuce meal. Kathy had flat iron steak (london broil) and Bob trout.
... my own waist). Because nowhere was open for brunch we moved on to Nevada City. In its mining heyday it was huge but there's only a handful off buildings left. Brunch at the misnamed bakery took forever to arrive and it was ordinary to say the least. We'd decided we were going to stay in Phillipsburg, that was until we got there. The town was quaint but accommodation was almost non existent and we didn't fancy staying in saloon type lodging where ...