Inn at Jackson Hole
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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Wow, I'm so pooped! We went sightseeing for like 12 hours today. My parents are so hardcore. They are like energizer bunnies. I can't keep up. We are staying in Teton Village (a ski resort in Jackson Hole), and I really want to go to the whirlpool... hmm, yeah, I think I'm going to go! Will update this later. But I must say, Yellowstone is …
... to stop (finding parking for an RV can be a little tricky sometimes!) but the town looked really cool. We decided that we will have to visit again one day – Severin for the Skiing, me for the film festival!
Today and the previous day were mostly driving days to get some miles behind us and nearer to Yellowstone. After a night at Lake Walcott in Idaho we carried on to Wyoming where we drove through a really cool little town called Jackson that apparently a lot of ...
... have a pretty good view of the Snake River.
After we checked in, we headed back to Jackson to find something to eat. We were going to the Million Dollar Cowboy Steakhouse for the "local special", but they had a private party so they were closed. The local special is a burger with a drink for like $7 or something like that. It's not advertised so you have to ask for it. We walked across the street to ...
We awoke at 7.00am to no rain, no thunderstorms and no bears! Only a moose strolling nearby camp. With only toilet facilities here, sadly not even a wash was practical so it was a quick change all round before the breakfast team began setting up. With a long hike ahead of us, porridge was the best start to the day. After breakfast we prepared a picnic lunch before the big clean up! With the moose still grazing only a few metres away, it seemed only right to take a photo which many of ...
... to what it looked like when we arrived. Honestly, I guess I expected more, but, that was probably because of all the hype I had heard and other photos I had seen over the years.
After Old Faithful, we got back onto the highway and headed south toward Jackson Lake where we camped at Colter Bay. We arrived in the late afternoon and wasn't sure we would find a spot, but we did and were assigned a site. And we received our "Bear Warning" speech. Grizzly ...