Super 8 Billings
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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We made a mistake with our reservation and the hotel was booked. Despite it being our fault and the hotel being full, the AGM was able to find a place for us to stay. Would go back again absolutely.
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Finally made it to Billings, MT after driving through 3 states, 865 miles , and 15.5 hours. We are exhausted! The first 12 hours flew by surprisingly. Scott and I were surprised to see beautiful canyons near the Theodore Roosevelt national park in western North Dakota. Had a little scare when we got to our hotel tonight. We accidentally booked a …
... idea of what we do/don't like...so far I don't like anything as much as what we've got...this is going to be a loooonngg process!
Tuesday evening we picked up Trey and took him out to the Japanese Steak House for dinner - first time we've seen him in 4 or 5 years - it was a great dinner, and good visit with him (he just celebrated his 20th birthday!), and afterwards, we got to meet his girlfriend, Morgan, who worked right next door at an Italian restaurant.
... taken place here was mind boggling. We stopped at
Last Stand Hill where the 7th Cavalry Memorial stood. We also saw where Custer
had been killed. All the men under his command were lost in this battle. They
were outnumbered by about 10 to 1. Most of the dead were buried in shallow
graves at or near where they fell.
Markers for these graves were erected in 1890 by the Army and still
... hits home. Damn, this is huge! And no easy task doing it in one go.
A home is calling, K’s family home to be exact. A dinner date as well as some good old Billings comfort. The answer to the call is obvious. Despite the beauty surrounding us, let’s get back quick. Fast forward several hours and the high industrial pillars appear on the horizon and the Rimrocks a little farther on signaling the metropolis of Billings. The body senses the near proximity ...
... Sugar Shack" candy store as there wasn't one in Sugar City!
Back on the road we drove on a very scenic little highway with a ton of construction. At one point we had a 15 minute stop while we waited for our turn to cross a one lane bridge. Everyone was out of their vehicles and I ended up talking to the lady in front on me, who was from Idaho. She gave me some tips on travelling into Yellowstone and what ...