La Quinta Inn Cheyenne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- 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.
... with a few pine trees just east of Cheyenne that is aptly named "Pine Bluff". Arriving into Cheyenne we see an oil refinery and lots of train tracks. The Wyoming state capital also stands out among the downtown buildings with its gold dome. We arrive at our hotel to check in before we head to the famous Cheyenne Frontier Days fair and rodeo. The hotel is sold out and house keeping is moving slow. We had to wait a few minutes for our room to be finished being cleaned. Just a ...
At about 7:20 a red expedition pulled up filled to the brim with people, food, drink and clothes. There was definitely no leg room for them from Denver to Cheyenne. We packed the RV and we were on our way. Gas in XXX and Cody. We made it to Yellowstone around 5 or so..... Checked into our campsite and went to see some of sites of Yellowstone. After seeing a few buffalo we found a crowd of people looking into ...
... Crush on the road. A by product of this challenge, was that Deena noted afterward how much effort it required to keep her head from blowing hard, back and forth. She said it was like a constant abdominal workout, forcing her head forward as the wind gusts kept blowing it back. What a way to get a workout!
We once again encountered some light rain, and luckily just missed by about 15 minutes, what we were told was a 30 minute lightning ...
... of 7,352 feet as we saw mountains with snow on top to our left side. The rolling hills were quite arid, alternated with ranch land that had been irrigated and was quite green. We were amazed at the number of snow fences all along our drive today. The amount of snow that they indicate by just being there must be tremendous. We passed several signs that said "if the light is flashing, turn around and go back to…". Then there would be a rail road crossing type gate ...