La Quinta Inn Casper
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Quinta Inn Casper
All day, 12 hrs, 795 miles. Smooth sailing except thru Denver. Lots so traffic there. Nice drive with the Rockies on the west side. Ate at Dukes and it was bad.
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Yesterday we started the day off by cooking up breakfast on our cast iron and then hopped on a train that rode around the bison ranch we were staying at. We were able to feed and pet the bison. Jordan was loving it. From there we drove into Cheyenne and visited the Old West Museum where we got free entrance because we told the lady we had just graduated. There's an awesome statue of Lane Frost riding a bull and a tribute to Chris ...
... a time I thought we might need to cancel the rest of the trip).
We decided to go with a familiar hotel chain again so my mother would be a bit more comfortable and opted TWO rooms at the local La Quinta. This also allowed me the opportunity to snore as much as I could without having to worry about keeping anyone else awake.
... metre wide gap between two giant rock formations that most tribes or groups tried to avoid, even though it meant detouring about 3 miles around the area. Nowadays you can just take the highway, but an extra 3 miles in the middle of nowhere would have been a big deal back in the day.
We eventually made it to Independence Rock, described by the tour guide as 'a mini Uluru' - just what you want to pay money to see as an Australian. I ...
... we will see in Yellowstone or the Grand Tetons. Can't wait!
Our stay at the River's Edge RV and Cabins Resort has been both enjoyable and convenient. I wouldn't call this a destination campground, more of a stop-over, easy on and easy off the highway. We are less than a quarter-mile from the highway, but far enough that there ...
From our RV Park, we can see the long mountain range that leads up to Casper Mountain which is part of the Laramie Mountains. It overlooks the city of Casper and the surrounding area with an elevation is 8130 feet above sea level. Epping, NH, (The Center of the Universe) has a top elevation of 157 feet. A bit of ...