Lamplighter Motel

Address: 1006 Madison Ave., Helena, Montana, 59601, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 1006 Madison Ave., Helena, is near St. Helena Cathedral, Mount Helena, Original Governor's Mansion, and The Parrot Confectionery.
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    Travel Blogs from Helena

    Day 39 - Helena, MT & another Quality Inn update

    A travel blog entry by mbwatrous on Aug 06, 2015

    ... A group of girls pulled in the parking area as we were getting ready to leave and one came over to explain that they were planning to do some shooting - that seemed like a good time to go! We had enough time to pick up a few groceries and take a swim before heading over to see the Helena Brewers play the Idaho Chukars - it was a loss for the home team but a decent game. A huge line for tickets, which we didn't expect, but we still got good seats. A pretty setting, right in the ...

    On the way to Glacier National Park

    A travel blog entry by pratthor on Jul 07, 2015

    7 comments, 36 photos

    ... included Last Chance Gulch, Reeder Alley, a farmers market with a pole vaulting exhibition by local students, a variety of large, historical homes on the west side of the city, a former Mosque which is now the Helena Civic Center, a cathedral modelled after churchs in Vienna and Cologne, and a self-guided tour inside the Capital with a Charles Russell masterpiece in the House Chamber (largest the artist ever painted). Like the other state Capitals we have seen this ...

    Lions, Tigers, and Bears...

    A travel blog entry by jhalesworth on Oct 21, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... thank you very much!). I boiled a pan of store-bought water on the top of the stove and actually made myself a cup. Yum! About an hour ago I really wanted to cry when I first got to the cabin. I had a pretty savage mental battle (What was I thinking?! I could be killed by some crazy mountain people or attacked by real ghosts). In retrospect, I was just being silly. The sounds of Echo and the Bunnymen ooze gently out of my laptop, and the crackling pops of wood put me ...

    8. Lincoln to Butte (4 days, 141 miles)

    A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Aug 31, 2014

    1 comment, 44 photos

    ... ascent! There is no way any human being on a loaded bike - or any bike for that matter - could have ridden this section. We finally escaped the forest and rode through the town of Basin. Perhaps a coke? Or a coffee? Or maybe a cake as reward for our morning? No, instead all there was was a shed called Dynamic Change offering spiritual healing and the chance to bathe in Radon infused water from the local mine. We decided against either option. After leaving Basin ...

    Kurt wants to settle in Montana

    A travel blog entry by kurt-kristy on Aug 07, 2014

    19 photos

    We knew we would like it here, however, we will continue our trip rather than buy a house in Montana.

    Day 43: Highly successful stop in Dillion, MT at the Patagonia outlet on the way to Missoula.
    Day 44-45: Explored Missoula (Adventure Cycling Association, breweries, and a Smokejumper Museum, running, swimming, and a coffee date).
    Day 46: Arrived in Glacier National Park
    Day 47: My birthday was just amazing! Kurt let me sleep in several extra hours ...