Quality Inn Rawlins

Address: 1801 E. Cedar St., Rawlins, Wyoming, 82301, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1801 E. Cedar St., Rawlins, is near Wyoming Frontier Prison and Wyoming Downs.
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      Travel Blogs from Rawlins

      What a hike!

      A travel blog entry by thehamer on Oct 01, 2014

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      ... we were so excited to visit Yellowstone National Park. When arriving, we packed our bags with water and nutritious bars for our hike on Mount Washburn. The hike took us an hour and half to get to the peak. The view was incredible, we will never forget the ...

      11. Pinedale to Rawlins (4 Days, 220 Miles)

      A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Sep 16, 2014

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      ... until 11:00hrs. The ride was indeed fast and easy, except for the last five miles climbing through the desert foothills. We were relieved to find plenty of water at Little Sandy Creek as the land had been completely arid for many miles. After the first 15 miles on the highway, it turned into a truly beautiful and unique ride. The landscape combining boulder strewn desert with sage bushes and beautiful bright autumn colours amongst the aspen. Tonight we built and started our first fire ...

      Home on the range

      A travel blog entry by psandefur on Jun 26, 2014

      1 comment, 20 photos

      ... the wind is only about 20 mph and headed to the Carbon County Museum. It was one of the more interesting ones with history of the area, both Native American and the pioneers, local family memorabilia even fire engines. We did not realize that Wyoming is one of the largest producing state for coal and of course natural gas.

      We drove around town, went to an antique store, stopped by grocery store and went home. By this time the wind is really blowing with intermittent ...

      In which our heroes laugh in the face of danger

      A travel blog entry by videoray.ag on Sep 18, 2013

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... laugh, whipped out his wicked sharp ceramic knife, boiled up rice and sauteed mushrooms with chicken for a delicious Marsala. Again at 75 mph. No one was severely burned.

      Scott, looked into the black heart of a storm, checked the weather alert ("Hail damage to Vehicle is Expected"), clenched his jaw and commanded "drive on."

      Bill and Tom, bravest of all, put up with us morons and drove the bus into the setting sun...




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      On the road again...

      A travel blog entry by laura_pier on Aug 28, 2013

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... home of the Wyoming State Prison, by the way.) Tomorrow we plan to drive about 650 miles to a RV Park in Nebraska City, NE where the high temp. for the day is forecast to be 101! Quote of the day-- Ron: "We raise 'em tough in Jersey." He said this to the kayakers at the lake who were amazed that Serena and Clara were swimming when it was so cool out. Wild animals we saw today: Deer and antelope. They were roaming. ;-) No moose sightings for me this ...