Quality Inn & Suites Laramie
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... number which I called. Pennie and Gary were travelling from western Wyoming and would be home in three-four hours. They kindly invited me to stay at their house for the night. I arrived at 6 pm just as they came in. We had a delicious antelope meat appetizer and a cocktail and then walked to a restaurant for dinner. Afterwards we strolled about town. Pennie and Gary pointed out some of the interesting local sights. When we ...
... We made our way to Fort Collins and decided to continue on for a bit, not knowing that there were no hotels on the road we had taken.
We finally made it to Laramie, in Wyoming at 6.30pm and checked into a hotel for a much needed rest. We had been travelling since 10.30am with only a short stop for lunch and photos along the way.
Tomorrow we head up to Gillette to catch up with Ric and Jen, who we met in 2010. It is going to be nice to see them ...
... Centennial is located about 30 miles west of Laramie. It's very small, the sign welcoming you says 270 inhabitants, but the lady who runs 'The Friendly Store' told me the number is closer to 80-100. The town was founded in 1875 (thus the name Centennial). A prominent Boston financier and entrepreneur was convinced that gold would be (re-)discovered in the region and invested heavily to turn Centennial into a modern center ...
The Cheyenne Frontier Days (CFD) is an annual event which this year takes place from July 19 until July 28. More than 500,000 people come to attend this great western show which is all about cowboys, horses, bulls and steers. The cowboys compete in various disciplines: bareback riding, steer roping, tie-down roping, saddle bronc riding, team roping, steer wrestling, barrel racing, bull riding, ...
Arrived in Laramie, Wyoming. It is a much smaller city than I thought it would be. We got ourselves situated at the KOA campsite. It is still early enough that we rested a little then drove to the downtown area to check it out. It is late Sunday afternoon, the downtown area is almost empty of people. I am surprised as they are supposed to be holding their annual "Jubilee Days". What we found out is that there was a rodeo in the morning and as it gets ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed