Rainsford Inn

Address: 219 E. 18th St., Cheyenne, Wyoming, \N, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Pingjiang District area of Cheyenne, is near Wyoming State Museum, Wyoming State Capitol, Cheyenne Depot Museum, and Historic Governors' Mansion.
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Travel Blogs from Cheyenne

Exploring Cheyenne, the state's capital...........

A travel blog entry by rgc4857 on Aug 17, 2015

1 comment, 23 photos

... a retail store specializing in western wear. It had wide selection and I will be sharing some pictures from that store. Then we walked to a brew pub for lunch. After eating we took a 90 min. narrated trolley tour of the town. Our driver imparted some interesting facts and stories. Back to camp, Eddie catching a nap, dinner, and ...

Horseback riding in Wyoming

A travel blog entry by daviscolorado on Jul 15, 2014

12 photos

... her, we also had to stop and then trot to catch up too. Neither Astrid or I had any kind of command over our horses but luckily they knew what they were doing. Our guide was Casey, new to the ranch from a previous job breaking in wild horses and part-time rodeo rider. We returned just as a thunderstorm was starting and quickly headed home with thunder and lightning crashing all around us.

So, another American experience chalked up and a lovely day out.

Scotts Bluff

A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Jul 08, 2014

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... gave a grant of land free to any family who would make the trek out west, and settle on the land. As well as that the Mormons were feeling persecuted, and decided to set out for the west en masse and find some land where they could set up their own community. We know it today as Salt Lake City.

This migration and settlement pitted settlers against native americans in an large scale way for the first time but, leaving that issue aside, over 350,000 people made the 2000 mile ...

Live the Legend

A travel blog entry by psandefur on Jun 28, 2014

38 photos

... train depot built in 1886. The railroad is the reason the city was founded and is a hub for this RR line. Went to a few antique stores then the store and home. After dinner we sat outside and chatted with the neighbors.

SUNDAY 6/29-Happy Birthday Terry. This was a lounging day for the first half, opening the windows and enjoying the nice cool weather. I looked on line to see if any of the museums were open saw a few were so off we went.

Welcome to Wyoming

A travel blog entry by beattyfamily on Apr 26, 2014

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We spent 4 hours on the road driving to Cheyenne, Wyoming to visit with Jenee's family. Ruth & Jim her Aunt and Uncle and we are staying at her cousins' LeAnn and Kendall's house.

It is enjoyable to see the continued change in the countryside of rolling hills, long trains, seeing a couple thousand cows in a feed lot and farmers starting to get into their fields for the spring.

Fun Fact - Do you know the elevation of Cheyenne? Is it higher ...

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