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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... Einstein's Bagels and juice. We stopped at a store to get some fresh produce so we can eat meals on the way and then were off hoping to make it to Cheyenne, Wyoming before nightfall. We used to live in Cheyenne. Ted got his first real job there after graduating from college. We also bought our very first house there and so we thought after 30 years we should see the place again. The first part of the drive was déjà ...
... Mary's Version: Well, Val, our guide on the trolley tour, was very accomplished and professional. When we all realized that we had to get off the trolley, she calmly drove us to the museum and found us shelter. After the all clear, upon driving us back to our original trolley stop, she calmly informed us that in all of the 20 or so years that she had been driving a tourist trolley, not once had she ever had to evacuate a trolley! Lucky us! ...
... roughing it' is to stay at the Holiday Inn, I always laught when I think of that remark.) My Cheyenne friend, Gina, had recommended the Little Bear Inn for dinner. I had a delicious steak and shrimp dinner there.
Gina is very conscientiously taking care of her 88-year old mother, who lives at her apartment, while they search for a health care facility, so she couldn't join me for dinner. But the next day she had arranged for ...
We arrived at the Cheyenne KOA at noon. The landscape driving to Wyoming from Colorado definitely changes. This part of Wyoming, southeastern part, the land is flat with hardly any trees. It is also very windy. Its different from what we were experiencing in Colorado but interesting. I think this part of the country has had late rains so the ground is still somewhat green which makes ...
... backside. So much potential to use it's history. We did the usual 'downtown' exploring, saw the Capitol Building and Governor's Mansion etc... but mostly the guide-map took us to the sites of buildings that have long since been knocked (or burned) down and replaced.
The same, and worse, can be said about Laramie, about 50 miles west of Cheyenne. So much build-up since it's mentioned and visited in so many of the 'taming the west' cowboy movies - but ...