How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Rainbow Motel Bozeman
Travel Blogs from Bozeman
... planned to use The Flying Pig Rafting Company, who I had called were fully booked. Luckily there are several other rafting companies in Gardiner to choose from. So after a few calls, we found an enthusiastic company with a time that worked well for the Wild Bunch.
We arrived at the company, signed in for a two hour trip and then had a nice picnic lunch before taking a short bus ride to our launch point. Our ...
... it had everything we needed, plus coke and home made muffins which tasted divine. From Wise River, we rode twenty miles on the paved Scenic Byway in two hours, climbing very gently. It was stunning. So serene, with mountains on either side, creeks along the road, no traffic and only a whisper of wind. And Matt saw his first grizzly just as he was arriving at the campsite. He called out 'hey bear' as he had been instructed to do so by bear police Nadine. As the animal ran off ...
... back at the bus and Ritchie made lunch and we headed toward Palisade Falls in Hyalite Canyon. After what seems like driving forever, we stop at the Hyalite Reservoir for lunch. Then on to Palisades Falls. Now here again they tell you it is a short walk from the car park. (that's an English term folks) for parking lot. Off we go and the oxygen is in less supply than our other venture. But we stuck it out and made it to the falls. ...
... staff had grizzlies shirts on. Every play that they made the bar would go insane. I was hooting and hollering right along with them so we didn't look out of place. It worked. We both had the special. Full rack of ribs with slaw and spicy mashed potatoes. It's 7pm and I can't wait to get back to a normal time zone. I think lights out will be before 8 tonight. It could also be the fact that we are ...
... We quickly got into the groove by seeing all the descriptions and decorations that adorned the cages - clearly the result of hard work, creativity and pride from the 4H/FFA kids. I was soon "gettin all FFA'd up" by speaking with the kids and watching how they were handling and caring for their livestock in preparation for the auction, which was just hours away. It was a continuous mix of them literally saying their last goodbyes and spending the ...