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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TravelPod Member ReviewsSuper 8 Kalispell/Glacier Intl Arpt Area
Nice rooms....they even have wipe down towels for the bike
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TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 Kalispell/Glacier Intl Arpt Area
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... some pictures but the air was so smoky that we didn't even get out of the truck...especially once we saw the picture you will find in the body of this post! Would YOU have gotten out?? As we traveled through the vast Mission Valley, on our right was a long range of craggy, tall mountains with evidence on them of ancient hanging valleys, and U-shaped curves which were the sign of long gone glaciers. Glaciated land fascinates me...it is fun to try to figure out where ...
... and we got up early, had a nice breakfast and off we headed to Glacier National Park. As soon as we entered the park, we were greeted by a Momma deer and her two fowls. The park is enormous and today we are doing the "Going to the Sun Road". McDonald Lake was the first of many many lakes we came across within the park. The park if full of lakes and waterfalls as you pass along the road, but there are also ...
... my stuff; talk to an Argentinian pilot who has just been to Oshkosh; we had fun with our limited ability to speak to each other Bundled down with my heavy pack I see the lights of the hotel across the street; it is dark, but warm I go to the door where my key is taped; am greeted by an elderly woman in her flannel pajamas; my room is quite nice. A bed and a shower! Whoo hoo! Thank you, Lord! What an awesome ...
... of its long straight grain and consistent coloring. The native Americans favored it for tepee poles as it grows very straight and is very resilient to bending without breaking.
I made a mistake today when we stopped at Kootenai Falls. I thought the falls did not sound that interesting and I did not know at the time there was a bridge so I stayed at the picnic area while Jean ...
... get dispersed n the water. Once at the lake, Riley plunged in, playing in the water. Lewyn and I headed back to the car, having a great conversation about what he wants to be when he grows up (a pilot). When we were all back at the car, we ate our sandwich lunch, then drove back to the camper to change for our big whitewater adventure this afternoon! we made it on time and got suited up in glasses cords, snug life jackets, and water ...