Quality Inn & Suites Dickinson
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Dickinson
Not much of a day. Long days ride to North Dakota on I-90 and Route 85. Route 85 was a long desolate road and it was almost scary to think if you ever got stuck out here, no one would come by to help. There wasn't much to see along the way either.
We didn't have reservations and were going to wing it. Bad mistake. We had to settle for a less ...
... an email asking to phone me to make arrangements.
Tim duly phoned. He was still in Columbus, family affairs having kept him there unexpectedly. But what he did next truly shows the wonders of our worldwide brotherhood.
He gave my number to one of the other brothers, who called me so I could arrange to be at his place early on Sunday to shower and prepare for the meeting. Ken and his wife Laurel were a delight to meet, though a family commitment meant ...
... post to come. This morning's ride was gorgeous, through the Little Missouri National Grassland. The landscape is pockmarked with hills, valleys, buttes, rivers, and more tall grass than you're likely to see anywhere. It is everything a wanderer could hope for, and it is certainly not flat. The ride mellowed as the day drew on, the steep hills began to roll, valleys widened, towns ...
... city in Montana, a city filled with refineries, and homes and places of business unlike we had seen in Montana, yet.
We crossed the border into North Dakota and right into the Painted Canyon, where the round-topped hills rise from dark green carpets that grow up the sides of the hills to meet yellow rock faces with pink tops, like strawberry jam on an ice cream sundae. And the sign said Home on the Range.
We arrived in Dickinson around 4:30 PM and 81 ...
Today we headed from one side of North Dakota to the other - nearly. North Dakota is the least visited state in then US and Interstate I-94 is a straight line from East to West. We made an early diversion to see the once tallest structure in the world - a radio tower that stands over 2,000 feet in a field in the middle of nowhere lol. It has however recently been surpassed by the new tower in ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
More great choices in Dickinson
Search TripAdvisor for more deals in Dickinson
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations