The holiday season means travel. College students pack up and return home, twenty somethings return to their home towns, families with children head to see the grandparents, and grandparents head to see their children and grandchildren. Everywhere, people are coming and going, traversing states and criss-crossing the country.
For many of us, traveling by car makes more sense than traveling by air. This is especially true if more than one person is traveling. Airlines tend to make impressive fare increases right around holiday time; it is often simply more economical to load everyone into a car and hit the road.
While family road trips have born the brunt of many a joke, they can be wonderful. Pop in some music or a good book on tape, and watch the country unfold on the other side of the windows. It’s amazing how the geography changes when driving, say, from Seattle to Bozeman. It’s amazing how a good road trip can be a bonding experience.
That said, it’s always best to break up a road trip of any great distance with a night at an inn. If you’re passing through Missoula, we hope you’ll spend the night at our Missoula Bed and Breakfast. We’re close to I-90, but it feels like we’re miles from the road. We welcome children.
Get the kinks out with a game of pool, or stretch out and relax with a movie at our Missoula Bed and Breakfast. Sleep in a comfortable bed. In the morning, we’ll feed you a delicious breakfast that will sustain you for many miles. When you reach your destination, you’ll be relaxed and ready to engage with siblings, parents, children, and grandchildren.