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- Continental Breakfast
- Heated pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Pine Lodge Whitefish
Travel Blogs from Whitefish
... our timing on the Farmers' Market, the same could not be said of day 1 weather in GNP. The 'Going to the Sun Road', the only route across GNP (52 miles), was a complete misnomer; it was miserable day with intermittent rain and low lying cloud that was a bit of a shame as the road itself would have been spectacular with full visibility. That said, the weather didn't make the trip any less hairy; the road climbs steeply across the Continental ...
... patio is just breath taking. Maybe someday Paul and I will be able to stay there. (I think the list of fun hotels that I want to stay at is growing very large!) Paul's dad remembers visiting this Lodge over 50 years ago when he was in this area. He still fondly remembers a picture that he took here.
Podcast- One special thing that this National Park did for this road is that they made podcasts ...
... Slideshow. Some of the pictures have captions which will show up to the right of the pictures if you click through them, but which you won't be able to see if you do the Slideshow.
We leave for Canada tomorrow, so our communications capabilities will change. I'll be turning my cell phone completely off, for example. The AT&T store advised us that any usage of our phone in Canada would run $1 per minute, and texts would be 50 cents ...
... have here is also extreme . They are quite small and most of them are also diners or bars – it’s fab - you can gamble whilst you eat brekky or get drunk and not care about how much money you are losing!
We noticed that Huckleberry products are available in most of the shops here in one form or another so obviously a local treat, therefore once we arrived at Glacier National Park we stopped and indulged in some Huckleberry ...
... the road so that people can stop, get out of their cars and take pictures - and I think we stopped at almost everyone. Glacier National Park has 35 named Glaciers - some large, some small - and many of them can be seen from the road. There are many, many hiking trails that people can use to see all of them, but we were happy with the ones that can be seen from the road. This area was once covered completely with glaciers, and ...