Baymont Inn And Suites Casper East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Clean, nice room. Not enough outlets to plug everything in.
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Today we left Cody for good. We drove to Thermopolis where we did some trails and swam in a hot spring. Then we drove to Casper where we had subway for supper and went back to the hotel for the rest of the day.
This morning we bid a sad goodbye to the Black Hills of South Dakota. We barely scratched the surface of things to do there, but we had such a great time. I understand why people want to come to Sturgis - Unlike Daytona, there are places to ride! We really didn't have anything planned for the day, just a 280 mile ride to Casper, Wyoming. The …
... of the Third Kind. Again great riding and highly recommended. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Devils_ Tower From there it was on to Custer, wind blew like hell all the way here. Notable "sights" were the Nodding Donkeys and the highly controversial Hydraulic Fracking Wells that dot the ...
... prostitution in the city’s red light district, 800 citizens showed up at the police station to petition for them to ease up.
From there we had lunch at The Guadalajara Restaurant recommended by the museum staff. I had the enchilada and taco combo; Peg had a super duper taco salad with avocado, olives, and shredded beef.
From there we went to the Werner Wildlife Museum a part of Casper College. According to ...
... their name in the huge rock. The other significance of its name was that if the settlers reached that point by the 4th of July they were pretty sure they would clear the mountains ahead before snow clogged the passes. This monument was about an hour southwest of Casper. By this time we were getting a bit tired of the long drive in the air conditioned car – Then we started thinking about the settlers walking beside their ...