Econo Lodge

Address: 5425 Midland Road, Billings, Montana, 59101, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 5425 Midland Road, Billings, is near Zoo Montana, The Moss Mansion, The Rimrocks, and Reef Indoor Water Park.
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      Key West 2014 Day 29, Alliance, NE > Billings, MT

      A travel blog entry by rocket2thekeys on Sep 03, 2014

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      I had hopes conditions would change once we passed Sheridan, WY and then entered Montana. There is usually a terrain change at state borders, that is often what was used to define the state lines and the transition from Wyoming to Montana is no exception. The rolling hills of WY gave way to flatter hills of MT and the 35+ MPH crosswind gusts changed to 45+ MPH straight on headwind! From bad to worse!

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      Stuff #1

      A travel blog entry by frguido on Jun 28, 2014

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      Spending tonight at the first KOA Kampground in Billings, Montana. There is an outdoor café where I enjoyed a delicious hamburger with beans and corn on the cob… under the very watchful eyes of two of the largest Great Danes I have ever seen. My burger would have been less than a mouthful for either one of them, and I was sure that was what they were thinking.

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      Goodbye, Yellowstone

      A travel blog entry by rnevins on Jun 18, 2012

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      ... it was built in the shadow of the Boot hill Cemetery, which includes the graves of some iconic old-west heroes such as the town's first mayor, Muggins Taylor, who survived the Battle of Little Big Horn and escaped to tell the town of Custer's death. It's called the Boot hill Cemetery because most of the people buried there died "with their boots on", in other words, not of natural causes.

      Day 5 - More Presidents, Devil's Tower, & Montana

      A travel blog entry by cusan on Jul 26, 2011

      1 comment, 17 photos

      ... s Tower was impressive from a distance, but even more impressive close up. It’s the core of a volcano, and is 1,267 feet high. It was good to watch the climbers climb the sheer sides. Lyn, Io and Tegz went for a walk around the base in the light rain that had started. Lyn, in particular, really loved it, and thought it was really special. Ioan was a bit more prosaic, and thought it was "well dodgy!". We stopped at the Trading Post to stock up on junk as we were all starving, ...

      Nice Day

      A travel blog entry by the2poes on Aug 10, 2010

      We left Great Falls this morning and had a very nice drive on to Billings, MT. This evening we went on a short walk to the Yellowstone River and discovered that it flows the wrong direction. (We are now East of the Continental Divide!) The internet service is great here so we were able to watch Netflicks and update the blog. Tomorrow we will move on to Rapid City South Dakota.