One Horse Motel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOne Horse Motel West Yellowstone
The hotel was set in an interesting small town. The owners were very sweet. Rooms were clean. Parking was tight, but only a minute away from Yellowstone.
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Day 20 Called in for a start-up coffee at Gardiner, a village just outside the northern gate of Yellowstone NP. Started talking to a couple from St Louis, after our conversation covering gun laws and gun issues, fishing and the American Government, we finally got on the road some 30 minutes later. We stopped at Fort Mammoth. - built to accommodate the soldiers who patrolled the park for poachers, over 100 years ago. ...
... assistant) we hit the long road to the super volcano that is Yellowstone National Park! Iain drove the beast magnificently for the duration of the mammoth five and a half hour journey, while Bryony and I contemplated play-dough, colouring in, read many Peppa Pig stories and even watched The Jungle Book film too (which has become a favourite). Excitement built as the landscape and flora and fauna changed and the national park loomed - for me, ...
... a self-guided tour of West Yellowstone. They have several early buildings which they describe and have been renovated and are in use. The best part of the tour was a 1903 Pullman railroad car that had been used to bring some of the wealthiest travelers to the park. The opulence of the car was amazing; they had stenographers, telegraphers and all business needs could be met for these tycoons.
Originally folks came to the park by stagecoach ...
... someone told us. I was so excited!! If you put a black bear and a grizzly bear together I would know which one is which. Here is why, the difference between the black bear and the grizzly bear is a grizzly bear is bigger than the black bear and it is also more brown. That was my adventure in seeing animals at Yellowstone! ...
So, I've finally managed to find a decent internet connection to add an update! I apologise if I ramble a little as I will be writing about almost a weeks worth of endeavors.
We went to explore the Badlands National Park in South Dakota. The reason it gets it's name is because different tribes called it a 'bad land' to live in or get lost in, due to the fact that it is essentially a wasteland of rock - a very aesthetically pleasing ...