Great Falls TownHouse Inn
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
- Smoking rooms available
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... br> physical strength and endurance required of the Corps members to complete this
overland detour. Montana has one of
the largest and best LC Interpretive centers located on the river between Black
Eagle dam and Ryan dam. The river now has 4 dams on the stretch of
river that the Corps had to portage around.
Even with the dams the river fall and cascading water is still
impressive to see. ...
... into the store with the need of using the facilities as well, but she is laughing at the same time. “I will tell you what I just saw when I am done. I have to go!” “Wait,” I tell her. “You can’t go in there yet. It is a one-person and someone is in there, plus the lock doesn’t work. I got walked in on.” “Oh great,” says Heidi who then proceeds to tell me that a car at the gas pump ...
... a few Indian carvings in the Pillar and a zillion other names carved in it (most from the 1800s – those rascals!). It was cool and worth the trip.
I’ve been consistently impressed by the visitors’ centers and interpretive centers that I’ve visited. The ones run by the National Park Service (and/or Forest Service) are informative, innovative, creative, well-maintained and the staff is always excellent. I even like ...
... prior to leaving... So, we had to stay the night and wait for the local mechanic to open at 8:00 AM MST. We had not eaten lunch, just snacks, so we were looking for dinner on the way to our FIRST hotel. Jess picked out Tracy's Diner.
Tracy's was a old 70's diner that never updated. The food was horrid and the overall restaurant was dirt, see pictures.
We then went down the street to Quality Inn, since we are a Choice Hotel Member, for ...
Anyway....back to our 'short trip' today - It was only supposed to be 250miles, nominally 4-5hrs and that's taking it easy. The distance stayed the same, but our time blew out to a whopping 10hrs.
So the day started with a sleep-in for us both (no we weren't spooning Tunstall/Floody) - check-out wasn't until 11am and we planned to use it for a change. On the bikes, quick run through some of the wide open spaces of Montanna (taking in the 'Big Sky') ...