Lexington Inn & Suites Billings
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... of about 10,000 people. It has a quaint downtown area with some old and new buildings. Many shops take advantage of Cody being a gateway to Yellowstone and also the towns founder, William J Cody. We ate lunch at a Mexican restaurant that we will not mention. The service was poor, the food was poor, but the owner personally apologized and comped our entire meal. Moving on... Our next stop was the Buffalo Bill Museum. It is considered to be one of the best ...
... in places it would be 55 in CA. This may be why California drivers have a bad rep but we slowed down to the appropriate speed. On the highways 80mph was the norm, maybe if the blue dragon had guts we would have been Nas Carin' it up! Fortunately for the locals it's a freakin 4 cylinder Saturn. The mountain ranges and rivers are amazing, we found it weird that most of the shops and restaurants were closed at 3pm so we kept driving.
... Rushmore. As we round the corner, I look to my left and there it is!! this amazing piece of history and engineering feat, that I have been wanting to see for a few years.
Have you ever watched the movie "National Vacation" when they get to the Grand Canyon?? they stand look nod twice and then its back in the car and off down the road. Well that was it!!! it is not as big as you think, it is rather dull and does not look anything like ...
... park was just 4 miles from downtown historic Bozeman which gave us every excuse (like we needed one) to visit and stroll in and out of shops.
When you are on a summer road trip like this, your pace slows way down - slower than even retired at home. People are ALWAYS welcoming, they greet you with sincere hellos when you enter their shops, ask about where you are from, how long you will be visiting and then ...
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument memorializes a major battle fought on June 25th 1876, between Lakota, Cheyenne and Arapaho Indians, against the United States Army. These tribes were fighting to preserve their traditional way of life as nomadic buffalo hunters. The U. S. Army was carrying out the Grant Administrations instructions to remove the Lakota Sioux and ...