Jorgenson's Inn & Suites
Travel Blogs from Helena
... a really pleasant town with some very ornate Capital buildings. So we went for a walk to look for an eatery. It seems that every eatery (burger joint pizza place or Mexican fare) is attached to a casino!! So you takes your chance at the tables, and I hope it refers to the gambling tables and not the ones with the food on. Stay tuned. Helena, Montana is a long way from Mexico yet the place is full of Mexican restaurants ... Alan is in ...
... a educated man using computers as a programmer and had rented a ranch where he had about7 cattle, he seems to be moving around looking for isolation. In fact he pointed to a table where the local mayor, police chief and other town leaders were having breakfast. He had to rent a place in town for Internet service and he purchases most items on amazon. The town reminded me of the Andy Griffith Mayberry. The scenery on route 12 must be appreciated soaring mountains from a small river ...
... an interesting metal sculpture. The entire sculpture was made up of scrap metal items. The careful selection and integration of the scrap metal was amazing. I studied the faces of the two Indians on horseback and could see the typical facial features of the tribesman they depicted.
I could see the Rockies approaching as we neared Helena (pronounced ...
... to rise a bit and giving us a feeling of optimism for the rest of the day. We retraced our drive another 15 miles to the highway that would take us to Helena.
We drove over a two lane highway the entire way, where the speed limit was primarily 70 MPH. And Steve said "are they crazy?" Yep, I guess they are. The road took us through back country where few people live and towns were almost not there…blink and you will miss them. Where you drive for miles ...
... area. One a speckled fawn? Too cute! “Some people put flower guards out to protect their tulips from being eaten by the deer,” Brian continued, as we rounded yet another corner to stop before the governor’s home. Brian pointed out the designs in the glass door, and then around another corner we went, waving at the neighbors in their yards. It was a sunny morning, and the Last Chance Tour Train was packed; half of ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility