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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Inn Cheyenne
We have been very satisfied with Quality/Comfort Inns in the US. They are moderately priced, clean and friendly. This one also had a quest laundry, which I took advantage of.
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We had a great day travelling across Wyoming. Years ago we had travelled across the top of the state and saw the Grand Tetons, and Yellowstone (and I think I called Old Faithful "old geyser" yesterday), after passing through Ten Sleep Canyon and Cody (as in Buffalo Bill). The southern route across the state is definitely not very populated but has …
... mixed up on a very cold stone. On Thursday morning i woke up at 5.30 (ugh!), and went with my aunty and brother to the Denver zoo. There were adorable polar bears, sleeping red pandas, otters, rhinos, elephants and heaps of animals and plants made out of thousands of pieces of Lego. Afterwards we picked my mum up from a place she was visiting and drove to the airport and farewelled everyone as we stepped onto the plane to New York City!
... in western style things, I bought myself a small purse for my birthday. Yes, today I am blessed to add another year - 67 today! Lunch was next at the Rib and Chop House in downtown Cheyenne. a quick trip to Walmart and then back to camp. Jennifer fixed my birthday dinner of beef and dumplings, with mashed potatoes . Peg and Jen had picked up birthday dessert at Walmart. We dined fashionably late and were soon to bed. Heavy rain during the night. ...
... of stuck- a little bored- when we met a man named Charlie. He came up to us and told us that he had an extra tent that he didn't need if we wanted it. As we went to check it out we got to talkin and found out that he was in the 101st airborne and desert storm. He gave us a new 5-person tent and a cast iron pan that says the smokey mountains along with some other miscellaneous camping gear. Later after dinner he ...
... sidewalks were overgrown with dead grass, not mowed for way too long. The homes were a mixture of old brick structures and small wooden bungalows, all tightly packed together. Some of the houses could not have been more than 500 sq. ft. And in the center of this unkempt neighborhood was a park, pristine, with well manicured lawns and mature shade trees and…no one there. No one. Moving on, we saw old businesses with signs right out of the ...