Garden Wall Inn
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... tourist gift shop like all the others.
Our last night in Glacier was pretty mellow we all went to bed early, I think we are all a bit travel weary.
Wednesday 21 August 2013
We stopped at the Glacier Lodge which was stunning again with spectactular views of mountains from a lake shore and had many of the Red Buses AKA Jammers waiting to take tourists on the Going to The Sun road. Zach loved the giant Teepee they had on the main grounds. Next stop Spokane ...
... sheer rock wall on one side, and sheer drop-off on the other. It appeared the lanes were made for Harleys and not Jeeps, and Cody mated with the yellow line for a portion of the way. Much of the “guard rail” were large boulders, about hubcap high or wooden railing made out of telephone poles. As one who is not awfully fond of heights or roller coasters, I had no trouble keeping my eyes on the road and so, consequently, I pulled off frequently in the ...
Day 28/29/30: Whitefish, Montana
Amanda and I were campground spoiled coming from grasslands national park. We thought every campground should be beautiful, have lots of wildlife, and be almost completely empty. We had made plans to meet up with my twin brother Arlo and his girlfriend Meaghan in Whitefish Montana. Because we are driving machines we decided to do the drive all in one ...
... smoke in the air. A lady walking past our car told us that the bear was too close to the road and the ranger was scaring it back into the woods (not killing it). We finally arrived at our lodge around 10:15, just after the kitchen closed for the night. The lounge was still open and we were able to get desserts and a cheese/cracker/fruit plate – the perfect dinner/late night snack. We went to our room after eating and packed for our long trip home. ...
... In Europe, separated by 3420 miles. Here, only 70. Seen out the window: lots and lots of farmland and blue skies, not enough cows. But, for about three seconds, a breathtaking sight. As we were pulling out of a station in Montana we were just gaining speed and running along side us were 4 wild horses. Variations of brown and black with beautiful flowing manes. Just all power, speed and grace. Also seen near the entrance to Glacier National Park: a golf course. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking