Super 8 Kalispell/Glacier Intl Arpt Area
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- 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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Heute geht es in Richtung des Glacier Nationalparks. Da dieser Park sehr weit noerdlich gelegen ist, teilt sich der Park in eine USA und in eine Kanada Haelfte. Da wir fuer den Yellowstone eh schon so weit fahren, haben wir den Glacier einfach auch noch mit eingeplant. Da kommt man doch sonst nicht mehr hin. Der Weg ist etwas weiter zu fahren und …
... for a week's stay was $259.99. Nigel spoke to one gentleman in the elevator who revealed that work had brought him to Ogden, and he would be staying in the hotel for four months! Our stay, although not the usual Airbnb/VRBO experience we are seeking, was thoroughly pleasant (and memorable, as on the second evening, we sat through the heaviest rain-storm we have seen for many a year!!) Although ...
... Pie on our way back to St. Mary but the recommended restaurant was closed so we headed back into St. Mary and had homemade ice cream instead. The smoke was pretty bad and we really weren’t looking forward to another evening stuck inside the trailer. Over the ice cream we discussed calling the KOA in West Glacier to see if we could come in a day early and decided that this was probably the best plan ...
... and even though it was so short it was great to catch up with my cousin, meet his wonderful family and see what they are attempting to achieve in a beautiful corner of Northern America. A massive thanks to both Shane and Star for putting us up and feeding us and we will hopefully be able to repay the favour in the future once Star gets over her fear that everything in Australia is trying to kill her all the time lol. Next stop Calagary, Banff and the ...
... We got Nancy a package of 50 texts for $10, but I didn't, as I just don't text a whole lot. Incoming texts are free, we were told, but AT&T will bill the sender about 50 cents each. Our WiFi will depend on the campground, so we'll see how that works. A lot of campgrounds in the U.S. seem to use a company called TenGo for their wireless service. Personally, I think the company is misnamed. More often than not it's NoGo!
Tonight we're ...