Red Lion Hotel Kalispell
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... times. First time we were at Lake McDonald Lodge and the second time at the western visitors center.
Glacier was spectacular. We have seen the Crown of the Continent as the Rocky Mountains in Glacier are called. We would return in a minute.
We are spending the night in Kalispell, 35 miles southwest of West Glacier. Tomorrow night we are in Helena and Tuesday night in Butte.
... fantastic. Not too much driving, the majority of time spent outside playing and enjoying nature. What a great day!
I have become enamored with Flathead lake over the past two days. I was telling Andy on our nature walk today that I think it holds a spot in my top 10 most beautiful places. Click this link, Flathead Lake, for some interesting stats and facts on the lake.
Song of the Day: "Come Let Go" Xavier ...
We decided to explore the southeast side of Glacier today. Tired of cereal for breakfast, I declared we would have the buffet breakfast at the Glacier Park Lodge in East Glacier. It is about an hours drive from our campground. We got there about 930am. the buffet was excellent. Riley's eyes were way bigger than his stomach. Lewyn declared that he can eat more even when he is full, so he did manage to clear ...
... wanted to stroll a bit around. The living Streets look exactly like the ones in all the american movies.
We also visited the hockaday museum of art which wasn't worth to go in and a 1900 built Conrad Mansion which looked really cool.
We're thinking right know if we want to go out for an american supper, will see what will happen.
Next stop tomorrow will be Belgrad (Bozeman).
Till than, ...
... Cliff and I have travel led far and wide across the globe, but both us rate this place as being one of the most, if not the most...scenic place on Earth. The "Going to the Sun" road offered some spectacular views (be even better without out all the traffic) - and it was hard not to keep taking your eyes of the road as we ascended, crossed Logan's Pass and then descended down the other side. The bike problems make me chuckle now, but the memories of this place will be with me ...