A relic of retail
Holiday Village is the type of discovery that I just love. Eccentric, unconventional design? Check. Lots of errant angles hiding irregular hallways and nooks and crannies? Check. Appears not to have been renovated for at least a couple of decades? Check. And located in a smaller market? Check.
And that market is Great Falls, Montana. As one may be able to surmise from some of my previous statements, I travel somewhat unconventionally. Beachy and touristy destinations really aren’t my thing. I just like exploring cities and towns. Great Falls was never on any bucket list of mine; in my quest to visit all 50 states, I had never been to Montana. And the cheapest destination in the state to which I could fly just happened to be Great Falls. And as we descended over the massive buttes on the high plains just west of the city, I knew that I had made a good choice.