Super 8 Belgrade
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I would gladly spend additional time, and hit the road for Bozeman. We arrived in Bozeman to what I typically call an "interstate exit" or to those fellow Cincinnatians, "Fields Ertel". After hesitating a bit and contemplating moving on, we hit the information kiosk and determined to find the best of Bozeman. We made our way downtown to Main Street where there was a Gus Macker ...
... Teton National Park and Yellowstone on our way to the hotel, then drove back through yellowstone to old faithful on our first full day. Some pics should be up of old faithful and the other geysers we saw. The second day we decided to go for a drive around the park. This turned out to be great, as we managed to see lots of animals due to the overcast weather. Saw some beautiful scenary as well. All said a good few days. Off to San Francisco tomorrow for a few days before going to ...
... about Montana it is the big sky country!
When we arrived in Belgrade we decided to find the palisades waterfall which was quite a drive from belgrade away (14 miles). We also had to drive over a dam where the water level of the lake was very low.
After our dinner did we go swimming in the hotel pool - wasn't really warm and the shower in ...
... together. All was going well until the first major bend in the river, Here in a sweeping right-hand turn and sitting in the middle of the river stood a steel pipe, a remnant of an old bridge piling. It was slow and safe enough to go to the right of it, or to go to the left of it. But, sadly, the kids not quite realising that they were roped together, made up their own minds and, you guessed it, one went on each side. The rope tightened, the kids swung towards the ...
... passed the 45th meridian, halfway between the equator and the north pole. Pretty neat!
When we got to Gardiner, the closest town to the north entrance of Yellowstone, it was a bit of a shock to the system. We'd been in the park wilderness for 10 days and seeing commercial development, even in a tiny town, looked odd. Gardiner is a cute little town with a population of around 850. Some of the park employees live here and there are ...