La Quinta Inn Cheyenne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- 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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We pulled into the hotel late again. Everyone was exhausted from the trip. We fell asleep with dreams of the great time that we had on the trip. The next day we drove to Denver and flew home.
This was the first of what would become many family roadtrips. We have learned alot since this trip, but we still stop to smell the roses off the beaten path.
... foot to find their promised land. They loaded about a ton of their worldly possessions into a covered wagon, harnessed up a team of oxen, and walked beside the wagon for close to 6 months along 2 defined and relatively safe trails - the Oregon Trail and the California Trail. Both of these trails passed through Scottsbluff settlement on their way from Independence Missouri to Oregon or Sacramento respectively.
However at Scottsbluff they encountered this natural barrier called ...
... Rawlins we came to an exit for Sinclair WY and guess what was there....yes a refinery for Sinclair gas. Out west they still have Sinclair stations although they left our area many years ago.
Near Medicine Bow there were two long rows of turbines on a ridge and with 40 MPH GUSTS they were spinning along with our awning flapping! The hills are green and rolling with livestock or horses in the fields. It makes me wonder where the house is as you ...
... resort region (sorry, Diane, we never made it there). Further on I drove by the Philmont National Boy Scout Ranch (that Diane had recommended). Beautiful country, now covered in snow. I decided to stop in Raton on I-25 just south of the Colorado stateline. Avoiding driving on the interstate highways for longer stretches the next day, Thursday, at Trinidad, CO, I got on H-wy 350 and headed northeast (and drove through 'towns' like ...
... that's houmous and nachos in UK-speak.
Whilst in Boulder, we made a fleeting visit to El Dorado (well, El Dorado Springs) .... If you dont know about El Dorado read the Edgar Alan Poe poem and watch the film - undoubtedly one of the greatest western movies ever to be made.
One parting positive about Cheyenne was the steak and chips (and beer) we had on the last night.
Here's hoping that the next stop will get me back to usual ...