AmericInn Lodge & Suites Cody _ Yellowstone
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Good value, nice breakfast, quite room, glad we stayed here.
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Today I was very excited to experience Yellowstone National Park! As my mother keeps reminding me, this is the second time I have been here, but since I was only a few months old, I don't remember a thing. The scenery is really incredibly beautiful! The landscape is very rugged in places where you think you will never get to the top. There are also animals wandering around (I saw deer and buffalo) and geysers a plenty. I went to the Mammoth Hot ...
... with a man in mixed team roping, and there are several classes of barrel racing- Ladies, Junior and Pee-wee (one of the riders was five years old). Junior steer riding is for boys on their way to being bull riders… there were even two boys learning to be rodeo bullfighters taking part during the junior steer riding event.
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... in on our campground, the "Ponderosa Campground", where we had booked a teepee for the night. After unpacking some of our stuff we visited the Buffalo Bill Reservoir with its large dam. As it continuously rained, we searched for a place to have dinner and found a really nice steakhouse (Cassie's). The steaks were of amazing quality and a good bargain for Cod'y rates (dinner pp $22).
... br> There was a lot of snow last winter, slow in melting and the rivers were high when we first arrived in Cody. Lacey and I delayed making the journey until the river levels had gone down enough for the Jeep to make it across the four fords and not get washed downriver. The last 8 miles of road is one lane, steep in places, and subject to rockslides.
We managed to make all the crossings safely, though a couple of times the water was up ...
... I said. “I’m going to help Cody get settled,” and led the way out and up the stairs.
“This is my room,” I said. Cody again looked around in amazement. It was a great room- rough, western-style leather furniture around a queen bed. The shelves and dresser had models and some sports trophies. Cody walked over and looked at one particularly large trophy on a table by an overstuffed chair. It proclaimed ...