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TravelPod Member ReviewsTravelodge Kalispell
Easy check in , centrally located. Very nice for the price.
All the rooms were full, hard to get a room in peak seasons. Good service !!!
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... we visited! I further had a wonderful conversation with 2 of the Chinese girls about each of our favorite Chinese foods -which made us all extremely hungry! Typically, young Chinese girls no longer learn to cook from their mothers, as their time is totally consumed with schoolwork. These girls learned to cook here in America, because eating out is too ...
We are finally at our destination!!!!! It is almost indescribably beautiful. We left the camper about 9am, and drove the going to the sun road about 30 miles up to Logan Pass, which is on the "spine of the world" ( as the Native Americans call it) or the continental divide. It took about 90 minutes to drive it, and boy were there some hair raising turns and switchbacks. The road goes up about 3300 feet as you traverse it. We briefly stopped to see a mountain goat cooling himself ...
Alright, so my helicopter tour was canceled today because the weather is even worse today than it was yesterday. I'm getting out of here and heading toward Helena and Bozeman. The weather forecast down there is mostly awesome with a 100% chance of not sucking today. Anybody up for a return trip to Glacier with me in a month or two??? I can't be defeated a third ...
... and their way of life. So what I thought would be a quick half hours stop turned into two hours and if the weather had been kinder probably even longer. We back tracked through Fort MacLeod for a quick photo opportunity before turning south.
We crossed back into the good ole US of A at Piegat and were welcomed to Blackfeet country on our way to the Going to the Sun Road and our stop at Apgar Village. This road is reputedly the most scenic road in America. Most of the ...
... down 83. The other was to go to Bigfork, camp at the state park there, and then cut back to 83 on 209. Since the rain and side trip had me slowed down, and since I wanted to see Flathead lake (the largest freshwater lake West of the Mississippi) the second plan seemed like the best one. But I forgot to make the turn to Bigfork, and had to backtrack to find it.
So, there went another ten miles of riding that got me no farther down the road...
Then campsite cost ...