Days Inn Bozeman
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Free airport shuttle
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Bozeman
I am very surprised with the quality of our room at the Days Inn in Bozeman. It's very nice. A little smaller than the Comfort Inn in Miles City, Montana. It has more amenities. A microwave and a safe.
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After doing the scenic Beartooth Highway drive and having lunch at Foster and Logan's Bar and Grill, we took highway 78 to I-90 to Bozeman. We didn't realize that a major part of highway 78 was under construction. We finally made it to Bozeman at 4:30 PM MST.
For dinner, we walked the downtown area of Bozeman and chose to eat at Sweet …
... of only two in the world that I sleep comfortably on—back in the cabin at Wall. I figured that the loss would probably ruin the entire trip and contemplated making the 8-hour drive back to Wall to recover the pillow, but Rebecca weighed in heavily against the idea (I don’t think she understands how much that pillow meant to me), and I grudgingly gave up and cried myself to sleep. ...
... different from the other, some rocky and craggy, and others grass or tree covered and smooth. They all look more like paintings than the real thing. MT-308W took us into Red Lodge, where we connected with US-212W, the Beartooth Highway!
The Beartooth Highway far exceeded our expectations. The for the next 112 miles, the scenery was spectacular, the riding and switchbacks were tremendous. There was lots of close to the edge roads, ...
... Paris”, so we hopped on our bikes and rode from our campground on the Jersey side over to the Jersey State Park just east of the campground. This is a very big grassy park stretching along the Jersey side of the Hudson River. It contains the old Great Union train station which was the terminus for New York bound trains from the south in the early 20th C. The beautiful Edwardian station building and its platforms are still intact… the fenced ...
... HUGE male who has been named "Touchdown" by those living nearby. And to top it all off, just off the side of the road we spotted a great big black bear! Now, after seeing all the wildlife on our way out (especially the bear) we had immediately thought "Where the heck were all you guys on our tours this season!?!".
After our little safari, getting to Bozeman was a breeze. Since the speed limit ...