Quality Inn & Suites Laramie
Travel Blogs from Laramie
... number of trucks on the road. It was below 0 outside so we were happy to stay in the car. The road is very high up with big snow drift fences on either side of the road which indicates there is lots of snow and wind on the road. There were also icicles on a number of the road signs and the trucks. Finally made it to Laramie and got to our warm and clean Days Inn. Then out to look at the CBD and get some ...
... and sunny. This is the home of UW - that University of Wyoming. I am having a late lunch at Roxie's American Bistro.
I should be in Steamboat Springs in a few hours. That is the hometown of Jeff Davis, my former CCS workmate.
... amount of snow blowing on the highways. They are in place for hundreds of yards at a time, in fact, there's more than 500 miles of snow fences in Wyoming.
We were treated to a western sunset over some of the distant mountains. Then we ended the day in Laramie, Wyoming, home of the University of Wyoming Cowboys, but not before a big steak dinner at Altitude's Steakhouse.
... olor” de cavall i un bon sopar, una peli: "The man from Laramie” amb en James Stewart. Aquests dies, pocs deures!
It might be surprising but Brent, our Ranch’s owner, complains about not having enough time to go hunting. It ...
... go for pizza in Centennial, at the Bear Tree Tavern. This is a cute little village and they get quite a lot of people in winter because there is a ski resort nearby. Before we get there, though, we see over 100 elk on the prairie. The guy at the restaurant tells us that every year, when hunting season starts, the elk come to this private property where the owner does not allow hunting in it. Wow, smart animals, the elk! ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center