Homewood Suites by Hilton
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHomewood Suites by Hilton Bozeman
After a long drive from Spokane, was greeted by a big friendly smile from the lovely girl at the front desk. I booked this place at the last minute, as they has a smoking suite. The suite is fantastic. It has everything you could need ie: HUGE fridge, coffee maker, 2 tv's, cooker, and even a fully stocked dishwasher!! The bed is massive and really comfortable. They offer food in the evening and breakfast in the morning, all included!!
As I lay here on my bed now writing this review, I'm looking at the sun coming up over the beautiful mountains.
btw...if you want to have a drink, there is a great bar in the Gran Tree Inn just across the way.
So far this is my favourite hotel on my road trip. Hope I get back here one day!
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... with a Budweiser in hand and a large knife attached to their belt, but at least they are engaging with the 3d world.....Any who on to the story..
The day started fairly mundane with a nice basic breakfast and packing our steed, a trusty Subaru Outback. Our plan for today was to go water rafting on the Yellowstone River on the way to Roosevelt lodges in Yellowstone, where we have reservations.
... Close one indeed. We are stopped at Bozeman Montana at the best western. It is hot. 92 degrees here. The first part of the day we froze, the second part we cooked. Still no rain in the forecast. Tomorrow we are crossing over Yellowstone national park. We had dinner tonight at the hotels lounge/bar. It was packed. At east 50 people. They had on the Montana grizzlies football game and it was loud. All ...
... the Yellowstone River.
We entered the fair grounds to be met with one decrepit bouncy house/slip and slide, a hot dog/hamburger/fry-o-lator stand and a sno-cone stall. That was it. Beyond that it was just stables and stalls. After having just been to suburbia's finest, I had every expectation to be disappointed. We first hit the poultry and rabbit barn to start to see all the ribbon winners and entrants (who knew there were so many domesticated types ...
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