Super 8 Thermopolis
Travel Blogs from Thermopolis
... along the Snake River. This is where we saw a small herd of buffolo right along the road. We made a big loop south and ultimately back north to Thermopolis.
One curious observation, the folks out here take great pride in the height of their mountains. No less than 3 people mentioned to us that in the east, the mountains tops aren't as high as the base of the mountains out west.
Had a lovely long lie-in today. Didn't even get up until 09:30!! Did my washing before leaving for Thermopolis.
Stopped off at the dinosaur museum which was actually really interesting (once we'd got over the shock of having to pay $10 - we thought it'd be free!) and had loads of cool fossils. And the skeleton collection they had was amazing - full size T-Rex, Stegosaurus, Triceratops, Brontosaurus...After we'd ...
This morning we left Yellowstone and pointed the old girl towards Colorado. After a few hours of driving we stumbled into Thermapolis, Wyoming. This is a small town known for it's hot springs. Now after being in Yellowstone for a week and not being allowed to get anywhere near any of the thermal features, the idea of actually soaking our aching bones in a natural hot spring sounded perfect. Hot Springs State Park had a series of pools ...
... Reihe von Schwimmbädern und ein staatliches Bad, das kostenlos ist. Nicht schwer zu erraten, wo wir reingehüpft sind. Die anlage ist top gepfelgt. Wasser hat 40 Grad und man darf nur 20 min drin bleiben. 20 Minuten können auch sehr lange sein, wenn man bei der Temperatur im Wasser durchweicht. Es richt ein wenig nach Schwefel und all den anderne Mineralien, die im Wasser sind. Da fühlt man sich wieder topfit.
... alongside the creek. The brochure we got at the museum explains that they haven't determined exactly who created the petroglyphs (native americans of the area), or when (anywhere from 100 to 10,000 years ago) or what they mean. But they have some theories because this particular type of petroglyph is specific to the Big Horn and Wind River basins. There are about 300 petroglyphs at Legend Rock, some quite large and easily visible and some that ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed