Great Falls TownHouse Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Indoor pool
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... time we stopped for a few minutes. The cauldron still stands as do the flags. Also out in front is the replica of the Jamaican bobsled which was used in the movie "Cool Runnings". The movie told the story of the Jamaican bobsled team in the 1988 Olympics. The park is now used as a winter sports complex complete with bobsled and luge runs still there and a summer camp. There were a group of children zip-lining while we were there.
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Fortunately, the exit to the cave was at a much lower level, and the path was consequently much wider, so I was able to navigate my way back to the Visitors Center without any trouble. Now I sometimes use the word "we" in my descriptions, but to be perfectly honest, Jody has no fear of heights whatsoever, so any perturbations about the height are strictly my own. We finished with some coffee in the gift shop before we left, and our ...
... br> Today the temperature is only 18 degrees (Celsius), so it is in sharp contrast to the last several days in Boise. Even yesterday by the time we had finished our breakfast at Denny’s the temperature had climbed to 30. It is also cloudy and windy. This will be a good day for travelling. The speed limit on the Idaho portions of the interstate is 80 mph which is equivalent to 128 km/p. When we were coming down, Heidi was a bit ...
... plans. My intent now is to drove up to Highway 2 and continue west to the Pacific - stopping for at day or two at Glacier National Park - and then head down along the coast on 101 to San Francisco. From there I will go east to Salt Lake City - along the Pony Express Trail - and then southeast to New Mexico. I have never been to Utah, and New Mexico was sheer delight, when Rita and I were there in May. ...
... amazing museum. The exhibits are extraordinary regarding early Native American life and the Lewis & Clark Discovery Expedition.
Giant Springs is a gorgeous park that is home to one of the largest natural, cold water springs in the world. Water from the springs supports a state trout hatchery and also qualifies among the shortest rivers in the world, the Roe River.
All of the area reservoirs and waterfalls can be seen by ...