Quality Inn & Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Missoula
... people today as we traveled what the problem is, we found out that the haze is caused by six forest fires that are raging in the area right now. The haze made it hard to take good pictures, but we were able to see well enough that we could see the large mountains in the background; however, the camera didn't do such a great job showing them. Sorry about that. We continued to pass large green, well irrigated fields along with huge golden fields of wheat ...
Another nice day in Missoula. It rained during the night, so all is bright and crisp.
Bryant was going to go in to work for a short time, so we went for a bike ride. The rental comes with two bicycles for us to use. Let me tell you, they say you ...
... Just speculation on my part). Once you get out of the park it’s really developed – they have all the usually touristy stuff, but with a 60s vibe. My favorite was The Great Bear Adventure! Their slogan: Your Car is your Cage! (I could make this up?)
I drove south along the western edge of Flathead Lake, which looks beautiful. The road then took me through the Flathead Reservation, which is home to ...
... off my bucket list. On the way home from the Wier, I spotted to deer walking down the mountain side. Dave also pointed out several beer nests, noting that bee keepers are abundant in the Missoula and the surrounding area. In addition, we stopped at an amazing natural food store called the Good Food Store in Missoula to purchase some natural Montana-made Huckelberry tea and raw honey. Not surprisingly, we ...
The Lolo hot springs are located in an old concrete building that reminded me of an old YMCA, and for $7.00, you can lounge about in them. I paid my money and wasn’t disappointed. Hot springs are a very nice way to end a day’s ride.
The guy who was working there was cool too. I told him what I was doing, and he told me about their tent camping area, which cost $17.26 per night. But when I explained that I was trying to milk the last little bit ...