Knight'S Extended Stay

1831 Euclid, Helena, Montana, 59601, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1831 Euclid, Helena, is near Mount Helena, Last Chance Gulch, Holter Lake, and Archie Bray Foundation.
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    Travel Blogs from Helena

    The Gates of the Mountains

    A travel blog entry by bobkat68 on Jul 21, 2014

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    ... At Avon took route 12 east to Helena and then interstate 15 dozen miles north to Gate of the Mountains recreational area. Arrived 215 in time for two hour boat trip at 300.

    No roads in rec area, only boats and trails. Lewis arrived here July 19, 1805 going south up the Missouri. It is a 6 mile long canyon the Missouri ...

    Ahhh, the Weather

    A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Mar 11, 2014


    ... We got to Helena and gassed up at Costco, with gas back up to $3.15/gal. The attendant told me that the price goes up when the refineries change over from winter gasoline to the spring/summer variety. This causes a shortage. The price goes up. Amazing, if true. Anyway, that's my story and I' know the rest.

    We got our stuff ready to take on our first trip of the year. We're stopping ...

    Home is where the Heart is...

    A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Sep 26, 2013

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    Our time in at our nephew and his wife's was truly varied. Lynn spent lots of time with Vivian, our grand niece, reading and playing card games, among other things.

    They have build a new orchard with sixteen fresh pear, apple and plum trees. I had the pleasure of having one of the two plums produced this year. It'll take about five years for the trees to be actually productive. The fence around them is ...


    A travel blog entry by marts230 on Aug 14, 2013

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    ... society was that the Indians had developed a common communication method for trade, and that trade routes existed and were used, indeed a axe traded to the Indians in Fort Mandan(first winter of the Corps of discovery, North Dakta) made it to Washington state before L&C. Our last stop was the national parks  interpretive center at great falls, much of what they had was repetitive, but we picked up a few points including that we saw a photograph of an Indian taken in1895 he ...


    A travel blog entry by art.emily on May 09, 2013

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    Next stop, Helena, MT where we reunited with Bryan Gartland whom we've know since he was born. He and his dog, Frieda, took us on a welcome walk in their nearby park where we enjoyed great views overlooking the city.Then, through the neighborhood to check out some of the neat old homes that were part of early Helena. We followed up ...

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