Yogo Inn

211 East Main, Lewistown, Montana, 59457, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 211 East Main, Lewistown, is near Charlie Russell Chew Choo Dinner Train.
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    Travel Blogs from Lewistown

    The final push

    A travel blog entry by rnrontheroad on Aug 07, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... making sure it is still tightly secured to the roof. It can get very windy on this road....there are no trees to break the wind!!! There is a huge wind farm west of us, but it is so hazy, I couldn't get a good picture. We just set a record getting through the border...five minutes....no lineup, we had all our purchase information ready and passports opened and ready...good day to go through. I imagine that tomorrow and the coming weekend will be very different! ...

    Entering the Great Plains

    A travel blog entry by dna5758 on Jul 05, 2014

    12 photos

    ... on more frontage road - so much quieter, and so much less traffic! On the way we saw the entrance to the Bozeman Tunnel, where the railroad goes through the pass. We stopped at the top (5760 feet), took pictures, and realized we had averaged almost 12 mph going up! From this point on it is almost all downhill - no more climbs, except for short 1/2 mile stuff here and there. When (and if) ...

    Little BigHorn

    A travel blog entry by laz-adventures on Aug 11, 2013

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... again, a fascinating place to visit and a big part of the old west history. A forest ranger gave a description of the "last stand of custer" and we felt we were part of the action-he was a great story teller. The monuments also include the Indian side of events which is often overlooked. They felt they were taking a stand to keep their land rather than be shoved onto reservations. All quite interesting history. I've read books or seen stuff on the history channel and it has ...

    (Part 4c) The Haunted House... conclusion

    A travel blog entry by frguido on Aug 11, 2013

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... in the local ghost stories. We got a good thing going here, and we can’t take any chances on people nosing around.” He walked over to a glass door opening onto a small porch. He opened it, stepped out and looked down… then came back in. “It’s four floors down, but don’t worry- you’ll be dead before we toss you out.”

    In the distance we heard the sound of his pal charging up the stairs. ...

    To RV or not to RV... that is the ???

    A travel blog entry by frguido on Aug 10, 2013

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... In Cody, a “Minnie Winnie” (small Winnebago, class “C”) pulled in and belched forth four blond youngsters, two blond parents and… no dog… from California. Two spaces down a Coleman pop-up trailer had two young children… and so on and so on.

    On the other hand, we have the large motor coaches reaching up to 45’, dwarfing Greyhound buses, costing up to a million dollars for the fanciest (Newell ...