Quality Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Missoula
... the others from the class. I met up with a couple there who were originally from PCC as well. Before leaving the class prayed for me. Was so touched by that gesture.
Once I arrived in Missoula MT I freshened up and met up at a cafe with a man who had served in Mosul just prior to when my brother had been there. He leads a ministry/NGO and still serves in reserves. Over coffee we got to share our ministries and stories. I got ...
... to ask for a part refund from the manager in the morning. It worked fine but we would still ask for a refund.
We found out that the time had gone forward an hour at some point in the journey so our eating options were getting a bit limited by the time we walked out into the town. It’s a really pleasant summers evening. The town is hard to describe, it’s like I’ve seen it before a few times on Man Vs Food. Everything is ...
... waiting. They were OK with us leaving the dogs in the car (and they kept the car parked nicely in the shade/indoors!) since neither D nor I wanted to wrangle 3 dogs in the waiting area for the entire time. The kids brought their technology devices, and I caught up on some internet surfing while D was reading a smutty novel. To our surprise, the car was DONE in about an hour. Then we left, and searched out some lunch. First ...
... Saw a Crackle Barrel resturant (I have not seen one for a long time (Minnesota)). So we stopped and had a Chief's salad. Stayed at a KOA campground for th night. Cheryl found a REI store around the corner so we took a walk. also found a home made ice cream shop (so guess what we had an ice cream cone) it was great!!!!!!!!!!. What a day slep like a ...
Today, we decided to get up early to drive over to the The National Bison Range. It is a National Wildlife Refuge located in western Montana established in 1908 to provide a sanctuary for the American bison. The NBR is one of the oldest National Wildlife Refuges in the United States. The size of the bison herd at the NBR is relatively small, numbering ...