Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Cheyenne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... s, never updated. Cheyenne is a tired, old town. We did eventually see some newly constructed homes, but they were apartments…four units packed into a structure the size of a 2-story single family home.
At one point we drove on a modern road that crossed over a huge railway yard, with many tracks and trains parked on some of the tracks. Little did I know that our hotel would be located right along this railway yard. No one ...
... She made it away quickly enough and we all moved out of the bear's path. He proceeded down the boardwalk trail climbed the rail and headed up the hill. Unfortunately I did not get all the pictures I could as I was making sure Allie was not dinner. I did get some and they will eventually be attached to the blog. We saw two bears, plenty of buffalo, elk, bighorn, sandhill cranes, herons, a moose, ducks, ...
... really neat this place was! They informed us, when accounting for their outside area and inside, the entire area was just shy of about 3 acres! The music was once again great, and the beverages were ice cold.
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