Hilton Garden Inn Laramie
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... eaten. We were driving through Grand Teton National Park, which was directly south of Yellowstone. Grampa had also put on his itinerary that the Jackson Lake Lodge was a "must-do," even though he had forgotten why. We parked the car there, and from the outside, it didn't look like much. Then once we were inside, we knew that all the fuss is about. The inn was big and grand with floor to ceiling windows that opened up to a larger-than-life view of the ...
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The moisture followed gravity down the golden-turned-dark strands to the very point of her paintbrush-like pigtail. And dripped. Droplet by droplet onto her sun-browned shoulder. She was hunkered down, the bottom of her bathing suit touching her heels and her chest folded over her thighs, as her fingers worked the wet sand. The small, ...
... especially in this highway where there seems to be only supersize trucks. We even saw a couple of them that had flipped over, probably the previous night when part of that road had to be closed due to the blizzard.
As the day progresses, things are getting better: We arrived at the Vee Bar Ranch just in time for drinks at Saloon. Fun. We are about 30 people, country music and a pool table. Exactly what ...
... standing high above the freeway, was a huge bronze bust of Abraham Lincoln.
Trucks, trucks, trucks! Thousands of trucks on I=80. With them all stopped the night before when the freeway was closed, they were all on the freeway today - it seemed to us there were about 15 trucks to every car and they were bumper to bumper.
We were within 1/2 mile of Laramie, and ...
... other crimes in Wyoming but it was rumored that he had an in with ranchers and wasn't charged or caught. Who knows?
The warden had been hiring prisoners out to ranchers but it wasn't making enough money. He was approved to start a broom industry. Prisoners made straw brooms which were sold everywhere in the U.S. and even to China. How about that we import product to China! There was one ...