Quality Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Missoula
... we made our way across South Dakota toward Badlands
By the time we got to Badlands, the wind was so strong that
when we got out of the car at the lookout points we thought we’d be blown away.
So, we mostly viewed the park from the safety of our car.
After Badlands, we continued driving ...
... through the 19th the Montana Dark Arts Festival will be around thrashing their techno-goth into the eardrums of listeners. If you were to cycle through the band listings, you'd come across a plethora of ingeniously devilish names such as: Die Sektor, Technikult of Flesh, KaNcErUs, Johnny Beatseed, DJ Parasite Doll, Arsenic Addiciton and our personal favorite: Salmon Rape. Now that last one fueled our imaginations as we started to come up with hellish fish-a-palooza band names ...
... fields of green rolling out before us.
We had ordered perfect weather for the drive, the clouds looked like they had been painted onto a bluer than blue sky. Hardly a breeze to worry us and being on the secondary roads we had the place virtually to ourselves.
Occasionally we would get a car or truck coming in the opposite direction, a friendly wave as they passed by and once again the countryside just belonged to contented ...
... 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 ...
... and not much wind like the past couple days. After a bit a fresh air, we hit the road around nine and drove for awhile before stopping for a late breakfast just across the Montana line. The views of the mountains were breathtaking as the road climbed up the Big Horns. Lots of snow still up there but warm at 5000'. We spotted a Walmart along the way and stopped to get a new cooler as ...