Kings Inn Cody Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Slept in Grey bull the first night at a Kampgrounds of America site. When we got there it was past check in time so you fill out a pamphlet with the spot you take and $30.50 ..we saw a cabin and the door was unlocked so naturally we went in thinking they left them open for late night travellers... apparently we were wrong. After we were settled in and chowing down in our leftover Indian crockpot dinner someone knocked on the door. Basil grabbed ...
... ran, chasing each other and periodically stopping for some water. The ranch is in a valley with mountains on both sides. If you look on the east side, the mountain range is called the "Sleeping Giant" or “Sleeping Indian” or “Sleeping something” because that's what the top of the mountains looks like (see the picture). There are a lot of metal sculptures in the yard around the house- even ...
... attached and some individual. We had an individual cabin with a king bedroom and a queen sofa couch in the living room Everyone loved the place. Cute little place to stay. Really nice bed with awesome pillows and mattress. The kids jumped into the pool size hottub. Nice but a little weird. By recommendation of Petra at the front desk, we should do the Chuckwagon dinner and Country show along with the rodeo. So, we did. It was great. It ...
... poor Yukon King would have had to run 35 miles to summon aid and then lead them back. I had not taken into account the fact that a ghost town would have no use for a cell tower and there might not be any reception so deep in the mountains especially during peak hours. Luckily Verizon has phantom power in its system and the signal got through. Lacey pushed the disconnect button and brought the phone to me. If they followed procedure, the ...
... us. We stopped and talked to some neighbors for a minute and as we turned to leave, Dad asked, “Where’s Cody?” I looked around and spotted him across the room.
“He’s introducing himself to everyone in the church… Dad, I don’t know if we have a future chef or an evangelist!” We laughed and collected Cody… my brother… and went out to the car.
On Christmas morning, I gave Cody ...