Howard Johnson Billings
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Howard Johnson Billings
Travel Blogs from Billings
... by the railroad at the price of $500 per month to hunt buffalo to feed the men working on building the railroad. In an 18 month period he killed more than 4,200 bison and was called "Buffalo Bill" by the railroad workers. Cody had many ups and downs in his life but always maintained an optimistic attitude towards the future. He is famously known for his extravagant Wild West shows that played all over the world - including stops in Spokane and Sandpoint ...
... say much about the next few hours... stops for gas, bathroom breaks, and to de-numb the bum! and we finally roll into Soiux Falls! ..thank god as I dont thing I can take much more! 14 hours is pushing the limits of this guy.
We have just enough energy to get a beer and have a quick bite to eat and then it is time to rest the bones. We have an 8am start tomorrow and it is off toKansas City.
OH, this bed feels good!!.... good night!
July 25th found us entering the Sunrise Campground in Bozeman MT; land of the Big Sky. We gave ourselves the luxury of kicking back and relaxing instead of being on the go all day.
Sunrise Campground is a very, very nice place to put down when visiting Bozeman. The campground is immaculate, as is the laundry, restrooms and office. Marty and MaryJo are 2 of the nicest, down-to-earth people you'd ever want to meet. ...
Drove through Yellowstone again today on our way to Billings Montana. Of course had to stop and view more animals, we are addicted. Just like Africa !!
We stopped at a town called Cody where they have the most wonderful museum dedicated to Buffalo Bill. It was so interesting, we spent 5 hours there and of course I took more ...
... in 1981. It is the oldest, largest and best preserved buffalo jump site on the Western Plains. No, I didn’t make up that name - - it is a bit bizarre. So is the thought of driving a herd of buffalo off a cliff, but the Indians needed food.
We thoroughly enjoyed the beauty of Alaska and Canada. I must say, though, that we are glad to be back in the lower 48 where the diesel prices are MUCH lower. We have been paying, on ...