Kings Inn Cody Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cody
Sunday Today we were planning on driving around Yellowstone and going to look at Old Faithful but while we were having breakfast in the cafeteria a man came over to our table and told us that there was a mother grizzly bear and her 3 cubs and 2 wolves fighting over a bison carcass in the Lamar Valley, so we ate quickly and hopped in the van hoping …
... in the road, so 45 MPH was a mere 10 MPH for a number of miles, for many, many cars and RV’s. And if that was not enough, they were out there again on the way back up the road, so we lost about an hour of travel time. Add to that, being stuck behind a rented RV for 2 hours, that was going 15-20 miles under the speed limit…well, getting back to the hotel was a bit of a challenge, and made for a very long day. So, 2 days in Yellowstone and 4 traffic jams. I am ...
Christmas Eve. The first thing Cody did after he jumped out of bed was seek out my mother and father. "Good morning Mom and Dad," he said as he burst into the kitchen and gave them a hug and a kiss. It was a really happy day. We helped Mom get things ready all day- shopping, final decorations, wrapping… but Cody was still anxious. “Justin, my present really isn't very good,” he said to me quietly, while we had some time alone. ...
... his usual chair by the fireplace. “Some real adventures. I guess you’ll be glad to take some time to rest.”
“It’ll be really nice,” I said. Cody said nothing, he was still looking around, wide-eyed. I was becoming uncomfortable for him, but I didn’t know what to do. I think Dad felt it, too.
“Justin, why don’t you show Cody his room,” Dad said. “You boys might want to ...
... started after a few more tries, and then took the van back, leaving a big note for the next users.
We loaded up and took off, immediately climbing as high and as fast as we could. It being the middle of the afternoon over the mountains in Montana, though, there was no relief from the turbulence. I climbed to 11,500' but the turbulence persisted, so I climbed higher. I had hoped to be able to drop down over Yellowstone (to the federally permissible ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking