La Quinta Inn Cheyenne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Quinta Inn Cheyenne
We pulled in late at night for a quick stop. We got a suite which was great for our kids to sleep in a different room. The place was not the cleanest hotel and the decorations were dated. But the beds were comfy and we fell asleep quickly.
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Travel Blogs from Cheyenne
... that has great charm and lots of wood trim...at least until they begin the multi-year renovation and restoration project in September. Cross your fingers they keep the men's smoking lounge!
Mara and I ate well. We also ran a bit on the Greenbelt. These things are boring for you, dear reader, by this point in our journey, and because it is basically the last night of our long, strange odyssey, I'd like to list some observations I've made from ...
... the biggest rainbow I’ve ever seen! It stretched all the way across the sky. I was only able to get either end in some pictures, but it was fantastic to see. It sure is great to have wifi in the car...I googled best restaurants in Cheyenne and was able to find us a great place for dinner. We went to Rib and Chop House. We both had steaks and Dan said his was the best ribeye he's ever had! Finally got to the motel around 8 and ...
... views from the commentator about 'The youth of today', plus the sellers of beer, iced drinks etc.
After the show, we wandered around the grounds outside and the kids tried the mechanised bull-riding as well as duck racing and visited the petting zoo. Olav and I were asked by the cowboy operating the rope-making area what our views were on gun-control. He turned out to be 18 years old, part Norwegian ...
... through a great farmers market and checked out a local brew pub.
On to Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. We wind up and down hairy curves with no rails. Acrophobia and ...
... be hanged". They included the family and set up a mock hanging with it all culminating into making me swagger like John Wayne (sure...pick on the yankee). In the end they were gracious enough to give me a cowboy hat and my wife a fake yellow rose complete with dew drops.
The next day included a long trip home from Cheyenne to Denver then a 3 1/2 hr trip to Boston. We had a great time, but are glad to be home.