Central Plaza Hotel

Address: 1719 Central Avenue, Cheyenne, Wyoming, 82001, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1719 Central Avenue, Cheyenne, is near Wyoming State Capitol, Wyoming State Museum, Cheyenne Depot Museum, and Historic Governors' Mansion.
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    Travel Blogs from Cheyenne

    Rocky Mountain High

    A travel blog entry by mmegonigal on Jun 06, 2015

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    Rocky Mountain high - 12,310 ft that is. Today we got the pleasure of driving the longest and highest paved road in the U.S. known as Trail Ridge in the Rocky Mountain National Park. Once we drove all the way to the top we hopped out of the car and hiked a half mile through a foot of snow to get to the top. An (exhausting) experience I will never forget. Jordan used this time to point out that this is the reason we ...

    Railroads galore

    A travel blog entry by sheflysx on Jul 31, 2014

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    ... s, never updated. Cheyenne is a tired, old town. We did eventually see some newly constructed homes, but they were apartments…four units packed into a structure the size of a 2-story single family home.

    At one point we drove on a modern road that crossed over a huge railway yard, with many tracks and trains parked on some of the tracks. Little did I know that our hotel would be located right along this railway yard. No one ...

    Horseback riding in Wyoming

    A travel blog entry by daviscolorado on Jul 15, 2014

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    ... off, we could see a collection of odd buildings and some odd animals (camels?) at the edge of the motorway. It almost looked abandoned. A few minutes later we could read the sign over the entrance - 'Terry's Bison Ranch' which was where we were headed.

    Expectations suitably lowered, we arrived and actually had a really good day. The little kids did a mini pony-ride, which didn't look very interesting but they enjoyed it, Astrid and I did a ...

    On our way and more than we bargained for...

    A travel blog entry by swenners on May 19, 2014

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    ... She made it away quickly enough and we all moved out of the bear's path. He proceeded down the boardwalk trail climbed the rail and headed up the hill. Unfortunately I did not get all the pictures I could as I was making sure Allie was not dinner. I did get some and they will eventually be attached to the blog. We saw two bears, plenty of buffalo, elk, bighorn, sandhill cranes, herons, a moose, ducks, ...

    King of Coal

    A travel blog entry by burtonll on Sep 15, 2012

    ... Through the night I heard the muffled rumblings of the trains; from the breakfast room this morning I watched them roll. Where does this coal come from, I wanted to know, and where is it going? Wyoming coal. There are 68,700,000,000 tons of coal in Wyoming. In the year 2009, Wyoming coal mines produced 432,481,322 tons of low sulfur coal, accounting for about 40% of the nation’s coal. Wyoming coal is used in 38 states to generate ...