Super 8 Belgrade
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The Wild Bunch consists of the usual suspects Isabella, Lukas, Juan and myself along with a new outlaw, my friend Michelle from New York City.
The wanderings have begun with the Wild Bunch converging on Bozeman, Montana; Isabella, Lukas and I on an Alaska Air flight from Oakland, CA, Juan on a Delta flight from San Francisco, CA and Michelle on …
... and 18th C buildings buried amongst the skyscrapers. The roads were small and narrow and one way, so easy enough to bicycle in a little bit.
We then returned to the seawall, and rode south around “Battery Park” at the very tip of Manhattan, then on up the Hudson River side, on the bank across from our campground. This area is all quite gentrified now, with parks and modern waterfront plazas. We ditched our bikes at the biggest plaza, alongside ...
... saw some 'Cantalope' (as the boys used to call them). We also saw a hillside with a herd of the prettiest black horses you ever did see. They just looked majestic.
Turns out that they are statues. They got us!
We stopped early today at Three Forks, Mt. It's just a quaint little campground amongst horse ranches. There is supposed to be a thunderstorm tonight! I sure hope so!
... 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 ...
On our ride into Butte today we see the Tobacco Root Mountains just outside the city, we pass a rocky area and we see "Trophy Rock" and the Continental Divide - we are at 6323 feet (nose bleed time for us low country folk) !! Nick is doing a little "white knuckle driving going up these mountains and then oh no...down! But he did very well, and just as we started the decline, it started to drizzle and rain lightly. ...