La Quinta Inn & Suites Belgrade / Bozeman Airport
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... climb through Moose Park (a plateau at 7800ft) on the scenic byway that we followed yesterday afternoon. Despite the cold start you couldn't help but notice how beautiful this place is - stunning panoramas in every direction. From Moose Park it was a glorious 4 mile descent on pavement to Elkhorn Hot Springs. Initially these looked a little disappointing - we were hoping for natural hot pools rather than a swimming pool - but as soon as you were in the 95 degree ...
... days. We chose a pizza place in Belgrade. The food was alright, but you can't beat a free meal! We will update you later on whether we actually get paid for it. After dinner we kept driving towards glacier. It was precipitating and we had the pleasure of witnessing the rain change to sleet, then to snow and back again as we went up and down a mountain. ...
We had a long drive from Kalispell to Belgrade. But we saw a lot.... especially that the most part of the land is flat with some hills and the rocky mountains through the middle of the state.
The continental divine was a nice surprise after everything else looked kind a like the same. Also the sun with the blue sky was to see. But one thing you can say ...
After a tapas filled sleep-in we were up and out the door in pursuit of coffee and a bakery. Tim remembered a certain bakery near to Montana State University and a Coffee Shop in the same neighborhood, so while Uncle Pete slept, the Kiwi Heidmanns went off to Granny's Gourmet Donuts for a fresh baked start to the day. This is a charming and long-standing institution in the area and we picked out a dozen donuts and the kids each got to ice and sprinkle their ...
... efficient and organised so we were soon in our life jackets and helmets and off on the ex-school yellow bus upriver to our departure point. Now we had chosen to have a smaller boat, with a guide, since it would be more fun. So, having been introduced to Alehandro, our Costa Rican guide, we pushed off in our boat (called 'the pickle’ as it was green). It was great fun, despite the water being fairly low and we both (actually all 3 of us) ...