Grouse Mountain Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and I hung out by the waterfall out back to research rafting options and Heather showered. Then we all went to dinner at Haskell's which is next door and was absolutely excellent. I had a Steelhead Trout Ceasar and a cup of Steelhead Chowder and both were excellent.
After that we got ice cream at Sweet Peaks in Whitefish, which was recommended by Lisa McDonald.
We then came back to the lodge and played some cards before going to bed around 10.
... against rolling hills and mountains on both sides. We are in the Rockies after all. However, I wasn't expecting this kind of landscape in the Rockies. I was expecting jagged snow-capped mountains instead of wide open valleys and green, green rolling hills. The valleys are mostly grassland while the mountains are filled with pine tree. Stopped at a small town, Ennis, on US Route 287 for a toilet break. It's a nice little quaint town and the buildings ...
... up to the hype. No mention in the hotel literature but there is a ghost that is supposedly active on the 11th floor - great, guess which floor we stayed on! Even better is the early bird dinner with happy hour (4pm to 6pm) at their Palm Grill. Three courses of delicious food for $18 plus a glass of local wine for $4 wasn't too shabby at all. Frank's Diner features highly in Tripadvisor restaurant reviews so we decided to pop along for ...
... lies just across the river from where we lived for over 30 years in Farragut, TN. Small world. Our driver, Chad, pulled up in trusty Red Bus #109 pretty much right on time to take us to Logan Pass on Going-to-the Sun Road. This road is a highlight of any visit. This 50-mile road combines both history and unparalleled scenery. While portions of the road remain open year-round, the higher sections only open after winter snows are ...
One of the most photographed places in Glacier National Park is Avalanche creek and the magnificent gorge it passes through. We spent the morning photographing up and down this photogenic creek.
Then we did a little hiking ...