Red Lion Hotel Kalispell
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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Itinerary: "7/13/2014 Sunday Spokane-Kalispell Pass by the beautiful lakeside communities of the Coeur d'Alene and Flathead Lake as your tour takes you further east to Big Sky Country of Montana. Flathead Lake is the largest natural freshwater lake in the western contiguous United States. Visible from space, its surface area is even larger than …
... to eat at that tourists wouldn't know about that was really good. She laughed and said that she surely did! She recommended Lynn's Drive In shortly up the road in Ronan, MT. She said it looked somewhat messy from the road, the parking lot was not paved, and the door was loose on its hinges but they made the best hamburgers in the county! Well, of course we couldn't pass up a suggestion as inviting as that one was so we trucked on up the road a short distance and ...
... had a drink in 12 hours. Our 9 hour tour was in a restored 1935 bus that was made for the park system. It was 46 degrees when we left West Glacier. We had 14 guests on board. ALL AMERICANS! Unbelievable. In our RV park, English is the second language. There are many Europeans, Canadians. There are bikers all over the area since it is near the Sturgus Rally. I can not tell by looking what country/ planet some of them are from. Jo did a great job. The park ...
... and I do not remember if there are areas where I can pull over to let traffic by. I don't want to rush the drive!
Poison Ivy or something like it has hit my left leg below the knee full force...I went to an Urgent Care center and was given a prescription for an antibotic to help with the inflamation. The expensive over the counter treatment really helps tame the itch...no problem!
I liked Canada too much! On our way to our border crossing we stopped at an unesco world heritage site which was a cliff where the native Indians would chase buffalo off the edge to kill them for supper! Bit lazy if you ask me :p it was very interesting though as there was lots of cool archaeology there which I have an interest in and I got to learn about that :3 the site was called 'head smashed in buffalo jump cliff' ...