Great Falls TownHouse Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today started with excellent check out service at the Davenport, a yummy raspberry Danish from Starbucks, and friendly, helpful service from a gas station attendant. Things went stressfully downhill from there until we got to Montana. When we left Spokane it started raining...and raining harder...and raining harder. Driving up and down the mountains of Spokane and through Idaho would have been fun on dry pavement; on wet, pooling roads ...
... at that speed, but today she embraces it and sets the cruise control to that speed. She is not a fan of having to slow down; nor is she a fan of stupid drivers. We encounter much of both as we drive along. The first major place on our route is Pocatello, Idaho. It is about 3 hours from Boise and this is where we need to stop for gas. It would be a good idea to make a pit stop here as well so while Heidi fills the car I head in to use ...
... takes us right to Walmart. We make our few purchases (two bottles of wine, a corkscrew, coffee cream, chocolate and one or two other things), stop at the Subway within the store for a sandwich for our supper (they were out of everything so Heidi resolves to eat potato chips and chocolate to extend her supper), and then GyPSy takes us back to the hotel. We are in for the evening, a bite of supper, a glass of wine and a blog to write. Tomorrow the adventure really ...
... the Golden Coral (Dave's choice). A quick stop at the WalMart to walk off some of the supper and pick up tea, which we forgot to bring again.
We are making it a early night, so we can be rested for our journey tomorrow - Vegas bound, yahoo (Nova's favourite city).
... the oldest building in Helena. We walked to the Staggering Ox for a sandwich that is made out of bread baked in a tin can. We walked past the cathedral of St. Helena; Last Gulch Alley where gold was first discovered; the historical society; and went inside the capitol. In the afternoon, we returned to Great Falls and toured the ...