BEST WESTERN Laramie Inn & Suites

Address: 1767 N Banner Road, Laramie, Wyoming, 82072, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1767 N Banner Road, Laramie, is near Vedauwoo, Medicine Bow National Forest, University of Wyoming, and Ivinson Mansion.
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      Travel Blogs from Laramie


      A travel blog entry by army11x84 on Dec 10, 2014

      We left Cheyenne and made our way to Laramie. On the way i enjoyed the beautiful landscapes such as the plains and mountains we passed. The plains were vast and wide full of wild life such as rabbits and coyotes. The mountains were tall and snow capped. We stayed at Laramie KOA RV camp.

      Laramie to Council Bluffs

      A travel blog entry by cyndymerchant on Aug 06, 2014

      16 photos

      ... with us and he didn't bark while Ruby loaded the car. Laramie is the home of the University of Wyoming which is a beautiful campus. Lots of brick buildings. Laramie also has some very pretty churches. Good architecture, some sort of Old World-looking. We saw those last night after dark and didn't get any pics. Our original goal today had been to drive to Lincoln, Nebraska but we changed it to Omaha and then again to Council Bluffs, Iowa. Western Nebraska is somewhat ...

      Red Rocks Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Lima, MT

      A travel blog entry by sifefer on Jun 09, 2014

      1 comment, 22 photos

      ... Rocks Lake Road turned out to be a 65 mile gravel road connecting
      Idaho and Montana through the centennial valley. The gravel road is only open from May 15
      until the snow falls. It is the only road through the Centennial Valley. This valley was one of the last native
      American strongholds and was dominated by Shoshone people until the late 1800s
      when ranchers and miners began to settle the area. The mines and ranches were mostly ...

      Cowboys and Cowgirls.

      A travel blog entry by alvrez on Nov 09, 2009

      3 comments, 17 photos

      ... and only dryer was out of order! Arrrrrgh! We had to laugh.

      Dinner this time was at a bar/grill chain called 'Applebee's'. Kate had mac & cheese (2nd time today) just the packet stuff mind you... I had this chicken schnitzel thing and without word of a lie it was the size of the average NZ bread and butter plate - how on earth was I going to eat this thing and more importantly, what sort of chicken has a 'breast' that big???
      Anyway, off to bed now.

      Ft. Laramie, Wyoming

      A travel blog entry by cyrano on Jul 22, 2007

      32 photos

      ... location and center point of the Northern Indian Wars during the nineteenth century. It was here that a 2nd Lieutenant's quest for glory got himself, his command and a lot of others killed over a period of 30 or more years. Friday, we went to the actual Ft. Laramie located a couple of miles from the town. A very interesting step back in time. We took a lot ...