La Quinta Inn & Suites Helena
Travel Blogs from Helena
... 2013). The IRS does make mistakes and she gladly told us the penalties would not apply!! We were so relieved that this was an easy fix but the little ham sandwich was a disappointment!! So on to Helena and the ride was an easy one. Lots of pastures with mountains in the background, cattle everywhere, huge farms, and again beautiful views. We checked into Lincoln Road RV Park and Ben drove the 4 of us in Winnie to Costco for groceries. We had ...
... saddle given to Lewis and Clark by the Indians a flint lock from a rifle, there was also a photograph of a Indian woman taken in 1935 where the woman was a great granddaughter of one of the women that was at the first peace meeting between L&C and the Nez Perce Indians, and she had on the same clothes that were handed down. There were some other interesting things here including a old wind up record player that actually worked that they received a few days earlier.Several other ...
... as the water was deep and the fan would throw water and short the plugs. I said: Really! and Red replied: "Yes ..the water was so deep it flowed right through the cab...that was a good truck.", he finished with. He asked where we were from and we told him and when he heard where we were going, he gave us turn by turn directions to Helena...for the whole 180 miles in front of ...
... to drive from one side of the park to the other, over the mountain where, apparently, the glacier viewing areas are. We were on the west side and that part of the road was only open for 16 miles, up to Avalanche. We thought it might be due to snow, however the park’s web site says there is construction up above Avalanche. We were disappointed to hear this, but we have seem glaciers before, in Alaska. So we took the 16 mile drive and thoroughly enjoyed it.
... manual labor! We got our bucket, went back to the screening area, received instruction on how to wash/filter, and proceeded to process our dirt. Needless to say, our dug bucket yielded no sapphires. The concentrate contained numerous small sapphires, and one garnet, which were both fun and satisfying to find. What to do with them? Not much.
Left the next day for Gardiner, MT, and the Northeast entrance to Yellowstone National Park.
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility