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TravelPod Member ReviewsRuby's Inn Missoula
We stayed at Ruby's for seven nights while visiting our son in Missoula. The accommodations were some of the best we have seen, and we travel extensively. Great breakfast and clean rooms. Price was very reasonable. Highly recommend. Will stay here again on future visits.
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... that morning. They were only about 15 minutes ahead of us in the car! Keith and I let them know we were seeking cherries and a huckleberry pie (they are very popular up here).
Beth also said their new hiking friends were coming back to Missoula to spend the night with Bryant, before heading back to Lake Tahoe on Monday.
We spent the evening hearing about their ...
... purcahse the raw honey. This prompted us to stop at a couple small gas stations/small stores in search of some Montana-made honey. Our attempts on the honey front were frutile, but we did find Huckelberry everything else! It appears to be one of the few things that grow well Montana. To complete the day we ventured out in the freezing 57 degree weather to the Iron Horse Bar for dinner.
The Lolo hot springs are located in an old concrete building that reminded me of an old YMCA, and for $7.00, you can lounge about in them. I paid my money and wasn’t disappointed. Hot springs are a very nice way to end a day’s ride.
The guy who was working there was cool too. I told him what I was doing, and he told me about their tent camping area, which cost $17.26 per night. But when I explained that I was trying to milk the last little bit ...
... on a warm summer day and watch dozens of youths floating down the river on inner tubes and small rafts. There's a whitewater park on the river (where kayakers try their hand at mastering the standing waves and rough water), a carousel (the fastest moving one I've ever seen!), play area for the kids, and an assortment of small restaurants and cafes on the adjoining streets. ...
... all seem to occuy the place. It's a great place to visit and spend some more time. The night was spent going up into the mountains and watching the sunset, which occured about 9:30 or so and then went star gazing and I saw some shooting stars. The more time I spend on the road the more time I have to think, and the more things I see. At some points I am frightened at what is around the corner though.
States Visited: MT