Quality Inn Livingston
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We drove through wonderful, mountainous scenery, from Livingston to Yellowstone National Park. We started in the visitor's centre, looking at the heads on the wall and the animal skins. (I stroked a beaver!!) We had a lovely lunch by the river and then drove through the park. It was very exciting spotting our first buffalo walking along the road …
... night. As we mounted the sled to return, I realized too late that I had left my D7100 camera hanging from my neck and exposed to the storm. By the time we stopped, it had accumulated a nice crust of snow and ice. However, no leaks, no damage.
I met our tour director, Jim Sundby, and 22 other companions for the next week at Tauck's welcome reception and dinner that ...
... loaded up and got on the road for Livingston, Mt. which is about 40 miles north of the north entrance to Yellowstone.
The drive is all on Hwy 89 that goes to quite a varietyof topography. We started out driving through the Blackfeet Reservation where the road is up and down and twist and
turns. To add to the challenge, they apparently have open range policy so the sides of the road were populated with ...
... and 5. You can fit a car anywhere in a parking lot even right near the entrance, in an RV expect to be walking a mile from where the RV will fit in. Enjoying our newly rented car we did the whole 192 mile circuit around the park. More geysers, hot springs, waterfalls, meadows and plenty of buffalo. The exciting news is that we saw our first bear! He/she was making their way across the side of a mountain 100ft away while we watched safely from the road. Digging up ...
... there. Campground kids have to become quick friends and not get too close. That's easy for Andrew. He learns no ones name anyway. This Andrew fascination continued in the pool. Ana particularly enjoyed the pool, the splashing and bubbles. She laughed and laughed. After 400 miles a pool is even more refreshing. All the while we did chores: set up the tent, laundry, make brats. As night fell the fireworks started. We ate bratwurst to the sounds of pops and buzzing while ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Inn Livingston
The hotel had good facilities, nice rooms and an excellent breakfast selection. Staff were very friendly and helpful.
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