Stage Coach Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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We went to Santiago. A few weeks later, there's a massive earthquake near Santiago. We went to Quito, the Cotopaxi volcano erupts. Galapagos, the Wolf volcano goes off. We're in Utah, where flash floods killed at least 20 people last week. We've just spent 4 days visiting the largest Supervolcano on any landmass on Earth.
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... is nice as no lugging cases on and off the coach. We had a nice steak at the local restaurant and glass of wine out of a glass, instead of plastic beaker from the motel room! We did 347 miles today. We are now getting to know the other travellers, mostly are Chinese but we get smiles from most of them. We change seats everyday, one day we maybe at the ...
... nails done while in town.
It started raining for part of our trip home. This was the first rain we have had during the day since early in the trip. It has been quite cool nights here in MT, 43 the other night. We are now keeping an eye on the wildfire in Glacier Park where we are headed after Yellowstone. We have a few more days here and an overnight in Helena, to make the trip distances manageable, for it to ...
First, here's a little info on Yellowstone National Park to put it all into perspective. Yellowstone was the first national park to be designated in the US. Established in 1872, it's history alone turns it into a quest. Yellowstone is the eighth largest national park at 2.2 million acres and lies within three states (Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho). Ranging in elevation from 5,282 feet in the valley to 11,358 feet at Eagle Peak's summit, these changes ...
... for a bit (we saw a herd of elk and walked along the Leaping Rapids) and found ourselves in a nature and animal filled adventure that set back starting our fire, cooking our dinner and settling in for the night by over an hour. With dinner at nearly 9:00 and Bedtime was way late and we had to clean up in the dark - not an easy task at all. We will know better for tomorrow. We cooked hot dogs and beans for dinner and had s'moreos for dessert - ...