Super 8 Driggs
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 Driggs
Travel Blogs from Driggs
... a pork rib feast which were every bit as delicious as we were told!
We didn’t want the evening, or our time as a whole in Jackson to end so before going home after our meal we took a drive around the dusty lanes to take in the views. Whilst the sun was setting we noticed little creatures scooting across the road and popping in and out of their holes. We crept up to one of these ...
... our group leader for the week, Katie, who was happy to help us locate some of the essentials that we might have forgotten. She quickly determined that the small pack I had brought was not going to hold everything I was going to need for the daily outings, so she was able to provide me with the a very appropriate backpack, water bottle and sunglasses (I forgot how strong the mountain sun will be). ...
... the good old Wild West Days. Of course we watched that, as the
side road was closed off and the jail, saloon, bank and other things where
rolled on to the stage. It was all well done and amusing and noisy of course.
Next day we
stayed at the Clearwater Campground just outside the Yellowstone N.P. We had a
lovely campsite next to the Shoshone River.
For the last few days we have been in an altitude of over 2500 meters and
always seeing glaciers on ...
... back. The chin could be the tail as it flaps from side to side whilst the bison move through the meadows. The face is also completely black paired with the dark brown body which made features harder to distinguish. Eventually, we worked it out and joined the other visitors who had stopped at the side of the road and were trying to capture a good picture. Moving on, we came across another bison who was literally around 2cm off the main road. Drivers slowed down (including us) to ...
... of toast and hash browns. Others ordered French Toast while some took risks on plates of spicy elk or bison sausage.
After breakfast, we boarded the bus for the two hour ride into Jackson Hole. The scenery was beautiful, and we stopped at the Continental Divide. Students learned that in this spot, water will either run into the Pacific Ocean or ...