Brandin' Iron Inn
Travel Blogs from West Yellowstone
Bags ready at 6.30 am and leaving at 7.30 am. Today is the last of our big drives. We had brekky downstairs in the hotel. I had the egg omelette with cheese, I scraped the cheese out and had a boiled egg and coffee. We are packing well and have our day pack down pat and set up our seats with our book and tablets etc. Beer in the backpack, lunch in …
Last night we couldnt sleep and skyped mum at 1.30 am, it was 5.00pm Tassie time, unfortunately the wifi is poor only at half strength so we ended up calling mum on the mobile. Everything as expected is fine and mums said that Smudge has stopped her coughing now which is really good and a relief really. We went to sleep again around 4.00ish and …
Onto Yellowstone! This mornings drive was mercifully short, with only about 50 miles travelled before we hit Yellowstone park. Yellowstone was the first national park in the USA, declared to be one in the 1870s. It also is / used to be a volcano, with the last eruption about 600 thousand years ago. There is still lava below the surface of the earth …
This morning, we were happy to check out of our cabin and start our journey to Yellowstone National Park. Dee and Ady had breakfast at the Holiday Inn, and Ron and Nancy walked around Cody.
Although it was a bit cold out, we were happy that it wasn't raining. Some of our group did an optional tour of the Buffalo Bill Historical Center so …
Vandaag willen we zo veel mogelijk van het park zien dus zijn we om 8 uur vertrokken. Het heeft vannacht gevroren en dus nog altijd vrij koud. In het park is er een route die we kunnen volgen in de vorm van een acht. Op de weg van west naar zuid vinden we de meeste geothermische activiteit terug. Het park is ook bekend om z'n dieren, zo zijn er …
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed