La Quinta Inn & Suites Belgrade / Bozeman Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Belgrade
... and we see the increasing fears.
One day she arrives for duty and gets handed the controls just as a US squadron is being attacked, with a couple of casualties. She describes with horrid fascination the “hot” image of her countryman as it fades to gray and then to darkness as the life flows out of him. This rage at the enemy sets her up for the next battle scenario
The drive home now becomes more difficult, and she must stop in the desert ...
... 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 ...
... having Unlimited Hydroplane races on the Columbia this weekend and the campground was very crowded.
Sat. morning we continued south on I 82 to pick up I 84 in Oregon and continued into Idaho roughly following the Snake River to Twin Falls. I hadn't planned this but the route follows the old Oregon Trail. Those people had to be tough because the idea of driving a covered wagon across this terrain is incredulous. One ravine after another, up a ...
... to the feet of his horses. After working for about 2.5 hours, we realize that time is flying and we kick up our pace in an attempt to please our host. So much squatting, bending, lifting and turning on a perfectly sunny day that the sweat doesn’t take long to pour. Around 3:15 our work is done and we retire our gloves with holes in the fingers. Tom says he’s happy with our work and he thinks the horses will be too. ...