Super 8 Kalispell/Glacier Intl Arpt Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Nice rooms....they even have wipe down towels for the bike
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... of the nice young ladies inside had highly recommended. Yum. John also got a vanilla malt which made his day. Thanks ladies...we enjoyed the food and enjoyed all of you also. You see, you never know until you ask! A note to Ev F. in Indian Beach, FL: Strangely enough, shortly after we talked to you this morning (and it was SO good to hear your voice), we were driving through a small town and to our right were a couple of metal art works that reminded us of the link you ...
... talked to the campground host to find out more about the campground. She said that she and her husband have come to the campground for the last 5 summers and really enjoy the area. She said that the campground was were never full. We also met a local who was fishing and had caught 4 trout using worms and marshmallows. This was a very nice campground with decent sized ...
... of the year. It takes about two months to clear the 50 to 80 FEET of snow. The rivers and lakes are a beautiful emerald green. We lunched at Many Glaciers Lodge dining room where we had great views of the lake and mountains.
From the porch we could see a grizzly munching on the many berries that are ripening. He looked like a mouse from the distance. Binoculars showed that he was enormous. We saw two black bears on the way back as well as three ...
... and whispers of winter: bits of ice dangling from the trees. Into the Jewel Basin we went for a day hike up to blustery Strawberry Lake.
For the two of us Fall is a special time in our visit to Montana. It was sometime in October that we met in Missoula and would subsequently fall in love. A trip back wouldn't be the same without a side trip to our college town, 2 hours south of Kalispell. We made arrangements to meet up with ...
... to the remaining glaciers in the park. The views were beautiful but the hikes were a little long so we walked around the lake and continued down to St Mary - the eastern gateway to Glacier. The area outside has few accommodations and many tour buses and the Going to the Sun road starts here. We thoroughly enjoyed the scenery along the GTSR which was spectacular and we spent quite a while at the Logan Pass ...