Days Inn Sheridan
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Travel Blogs from Sheridan
... a pix at the continental divide but we were past it way too fast. Wyoming didn't look much different than Montana, just a smidgen greener hue to the up and down hills. Of course, Linda remembered the name of the motel wrong. Good thing she had a confirmation email so we could get where we needed to go. It's a pretty nice place, all the same. Gonna go to dinner pretty quick. It's 7:30 here. First gonna try to get pics in this and send it out. We'll chat again ...
... ft. of living space, including 10 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, 8 fireplaces, a formal drawing and dining rooms, a library, ballroom, musicians' loft and kitchen facilities. Most interior furnishings and finishes, including Honduran mahogany woodwork and a custom-designed white oak staircase, were machine-tooled in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The majority of the workers were local, however, ...
... Mountains. At the restaurant we ate a delicious buffet with beef stew, mashed potatoes, and sweet corn. The best part was the carrot cake for dessert.
After lunch we continued to travel along US 14 towards Cody, Wyoming. Cody was founded in 1896 by Colonel William F. "Buffalo Bill Cody. He was know for being a Pony Express rider, scout, hunter, entrepreneur and showman. I experienced a re-enactment of a wild west shoot-out in front of the Irma Hotel. ...
John and Susan drove us around Sheridan WY and we saw some beautiful vistas of this state against the Big Horn mountains. What a gorgeous state!! We saw a number of white tail and mule deer, antelope, and herds of black Angus and Hereford cattle. We visited a saddle and roping museum in the downtown area of Sheridan. We saw Gene Autry's saddle and some pictures of when Queen Elizabeth visited the ...
... with four or five jets overhead turning and landing. Jerry and Derrell were in their element! We also went to bed listening to taps! We plan on staying two nights here so that we can go to Mt. Rushmore and it is time to stop and recover. The Fam camp is a great stop....laundry, good showers, commissary etc. Recovery time.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed