Holiday Inn Missoula Downtown
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... us that they like marshy places and there was a small stream right behind us. By the way, today is Miss Susan C's 40th birthday! Happy Birthday Susan! We understand that she wasn't having a birthday without travel included, so she and her family are off on a short jaunt. Good for Susan! We pulled out of camp at 9:30 into a cool and cloudy morning checking in at 63 degrees. Before we headed north once again we did a quick drive through the little town of ...
Woke up to cool temperatures this morning. Only in the 60's, never above 70 today.
Today, after our visit to the local Great Harvest Bread Company (eat your heart out Tim), our sightseeing took us to the Elk Country Visitor Center here in Missoula. We spent over ...
... light was the stars. I kept hearing something scratching around on the hill across the water from us. I kept shining our weak flashlight across the way hoping to not see any eyes shinning back at us. Thankfully there never were however, near the end of the shoot something barked/howled across the meadow. Took us about two minutes to back up our gear and head for the ...
... room (sort of in an "annex" building away from the "nice" lodge buildings and the lobby building itself -- but we did opt for one of the "cheap" rooms, so what else should we expect!), unloaded the car and got ready for bed. While in the lobby, we picked out a DVD to watch even though it was late ("Cats and Dogs"). We loaded it up and started watching it, but I fell asleep not too long thereafter and I don't think Ruth was far behind me.
In the morning, we woke up late. Sleeping in a hotel has its benefits! We grabbed some breakfast and hit the road. Before we headed on to Glacier, we stopped to see the grand canyon of Yellowstone and the upper falls. At the grand canyon, it was big and empty. We were just about the only people out and about that morning. At the upper falls, we ...