Howard Johnson Missoula MT
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- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Travel Blogs from Missoula
We spent two nights with Yogi Bear and Boo Boo in Missoula. Yogi would walk the grounds at dusk and look for hugs. We visited the Smoke Jumper Center and got to see the jump plane, the training center and where jumpers prepare their packs. The town of Missoula is a clean and beautiful city with lots of young people. We wanted to tube the river but learned about it too late.
... and new and the buildings are about 12 feet high. All the decent food options were closing so we ended up going to Mcdonalds next to the motel and we swore this would be the only time we do this.
We went back to the giant room and locked all 17 locks and went to sleep in a large comfortable bed for the first time in 7 days. The morning aside today has been one of my favourite days and without question the best journey/drive I’ve ever ...
... a cute sounding "restaurant" over by the college, called the Pickle Barrel, but from the lack of parking (college campus!) and then thinking it might be an icecream shop, we decided to go elsewhere. Driving in we saw “Smiling Moose Deli” so we went back to there. Sandwiches/wraps were very tasty, although we soon realized that it’s actually a chain.
We got back on the road at 3:30 – 4 ½ hours ...
... the rednecks would party through the night. Onward, ever onward to find a bed. Left the highway to try Rock Creek Lodge but that was the home of the Testicle Festival and I swear I saw Chris wince! Eventually, after a long drive we arrived in Missoula and although the Comfort Inn is beside a railway line, I think we'll sleep we'll, that is unless Casey Jones works all through the night and continues to have a bizarre fascination for tooting his horn. ...
After an early start, we drove down the eastern side of Glacier to see the last lodge called East Glacier. All the lodges are over 100 years old and magnificent. This one had a golf course and swimming pool. Beautifully landscaped.
As we were leaving the park, I received a text from Beth and their party had come out of the wilderness a day early and were driving down the ...