Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Cheyenne
Travel Blogs from Cheyenne
... As the trolley arrived the driver invited us to board the trolley while she ran to the ladies room. This was an interesting type of trolley ride. Instead of driving around and talking she would drive a block or two stop and talk about all the buildings and the history around us. As we were driving by the entrance to the Air Force Base one of the passengers on the trolley pointed out the window and said something like: is that a ...
... than Denver?
Answer: Elevation is 6,xxx and it higher than Denver.
Denver's Elevation is 5,130–5,690 ft (1,564–1,731 m)
It was fun to watch the elevation continue to rise on our GPS mile after mile from the time we left Cozad, NE all the way here. The final elevation we saw was 6,2xx feet.
We have a few pictures to share and our plan is to stay here Saturday and Sunday and then Leave for Colorado Springs on Monday ...
... thirsty we went into the Albany, where I had a mug of New Belgium Brown Ale and Gina coffee and water. Before that we had already booked tickets on the trolley and were ready to embark it at 1.30 pm. Our enthusiastic driver and guide told us about the town and its origins and we then embarked on a ride to see the most interesting points. At the Historic Governors' Mansion we all got out so we could see the mansion from the inside. It was all ...
... A lady, who goes by the wonderful name of Marcia Vanlandingham, was enquiring if she could direct me to the most worthwhile places to photograph. Marcia, who is a retired Cattle Breeder, cleared space in her passenger seat, commanded me to hop in her car, and proceeded to whisk me off on a glorious 90 minute tour of her beloved Cheyenne! I had mentioned that people seemed to be more helpful and pleasant as I moved further west, but truly, Marcia ...
... building this display in an old mobile home. The museum is in the process of rebuilding it inside the museum.
We had lunch across the street at the Albany Bar which was constructed around 1900. It was once a hotel upstairs and a Lobby/Restaurant and Bar on the ground floor. In 1942 James G. (Blackie) Kallas and James A. (Uncle Jim) Kallas opened the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking