Oak Tree Inn Cheyenne

Address: 1625 Stillwater Ave, Cheyenne, Wyoming, 82009, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1625 Stillwater Ave, Cheyenne, is near Wyoming State Capitol, Wyoming State Museum, Big Boy Steam Engine, and Cheyenne Botanic Gardens.
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    Travel Blogs from Cheyenne

    Day 8 - Let's go to a rodeo!

    A travel blog entry by jrammon on Jul 19, 2014

    45 photos

    ... The Dickinson family have been great travel partners and have survived a crazy Ammon family sees America road trip. While the original estimate of mileage covered was 1,700 miles, we are now over 2,100 miles and still have another 150 miles to Denver. So this trip breaks many Ammon family records. Most miles in a one week trip, most people on a one week trip, and most hotel reservations canceled on a one week trip. Final update tomorrow. Thanks for following us on our ...

    "Rocky Mountain High"

    A travel blog entry by sandiego19 on Sep 07, 2013

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... with impossible views of mountains and valleys.












    On to Dillon, Colorado near Breckenridge for the night. Best view ever from a motel room, plus another brew pub next door!
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    TravellingThroughWyoming History

    A travel blog entry by frguido on Aug 26, 2013

    17 photos

    ... Rockies and runs up the western part of the state. It is a beautiful drive from SW of Lander up through Dubois to Grand Teton National Park. It is the home of Bob Lee Swagger for those who follow "The Shooter".

    Moving east is the area through which the Oregon, Bridger and Mormon trails run and, near the eastern end is a series of N-S forts from the 1860's-70’s: Forts Reno, McKinney, Phil Kearney, Fetterman and Caspar. At the south end is the most ...

    River (not so) deep, mountain high

    A travel blog entry by ritaluther on Jul 21, 2013

    2 comments, 25 photos

    ... the Park', as it is called among the locals. I'll let the photos speak for themselves.
    (The WiFI at the Restway is overloaded probably because the campground is full due to the Cheyenne Frontier Days. So, once again I've had to resort to McDonald's, where I've just had a Big Breakfast and a large coffee. It's now 8.45 Sunday morning. At 10.30 Gina and I will go to the Cheyenne Stadium to experience the rodeo show.) ...

    King of Coal

    A travel blog entry by burtonll on Sep 15, 2012

    ... west of Medicine Bow, and at Rock Springs. The underground mines were ventilated by the use of traps at the entrances, facing the direction from which wind was blowing, permitting fresh air to enter the mine. The town of Carbon burned in 1890; the railroad was relocated in 1899; by 1902 Carbon, and its mines, were abandoned.

    As diesel engines came along most coal mines closed. But that began to change with the development of ...