Super 8 Helena
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Helena
... Final over the weekend. We paid $20 to watch online, but with the wifi being pretty average, we managed to catch the first behind, Josh Gibson pushing Buddy over, one bit of play on the wing and the whole Grand Final Sprint. In all, we paid about $4 per minute. Probably could’ve saved my cash by the look of the final scoreboard.
That’s a wrap for another week. This week we head west to Montana, Idaho, Washington (more volcanoes!) and Oregon. ...
Our first stop in the capital of Montana was of course the capital building itself. The building, constructed of Montana sandstone and granite, is in Greek neoclassical architectural style, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Constructed between 1896 and 1902 with wing-annexes added between 1909 and 1912. The most notable feature inside the center of the Capitol building is the massive rotunda, with four circular ...
... full and our refrigerators are packed. We must prepare for the long trip across the Al-Can Highway!! We had a gourmet meal of hot dogs and pizza at Costco. Fine dining at its best!!!
I loved Yellowstone with its wildlife, volcanic activity, geysers, lakes and mountains and I can already see how Montana got its name ,"Big Sky Country"!! This country of ours is so vast and so beautiful---only our God could put all of this in ...
... lost him at turn three but let him go on...and on. I would have liked to get his photo but did not want to offend him by asking. What a pleasant man, he was the highlight of my morning along with the baking powder biscuits they served.
Back on the road, we encountered the second dinosaur of our trip.....The beast was crossing the road as we came upon it. ...
... We drove through small towns, one of which is called Flattop, where the billboards say they make Flattop Vodka. I thought, there must be a Flattop Mt. around here somewhere. I guess there is, but given the low ceilings, I was not able to see it, since the tops of the mountains were all obscured by the clouds.
When we checked into Glacier Park, we were told that Logan Pass was closed. It is about the mid-point of Going-to-the-Sun Road, the road that ...