Beartooth Inn of Cody

2513 Greybull Highway, Cody, Wyoming, 82414-9604, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 2513 Greybull Highway, Cody, is near Dan Miller's Cowboy Music Revue, Cody Trolley Tours, Red Canyon Wild Mustang Tour, and The Buffalo Bill Reservoir.
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    Travel Blogs from Cody

    Day 37: Parks, Pictures, and Pain

    A travel blog entry by nikl_us on Oct 07, 2014

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    ... with my eyes on the camera...onto a solid granite floor. The next thing I knew I was on my hands and knees, with a sore neck and scraped knees. I forgot one thing too. I'm not 12 years old, and have been sitting in a car for the past 5 weeks. Not exactly the best shape for a high fall in my slippers. Idiot. All of this leads us back on the road, heading west towards Yellowstone. Like I said in the intro, this country is beautiful. I'm so thankful, and so ...

    Yellowstone National Park

    A travel blog entry by bazookatie on Aug 28, 2014

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    Just visited Yellowstone. Amazing. I didn't realize how enormous the park is. It took us a few hours just to drive through the park, not including stops. We didn't hike much, but we were able to see a petrified tree, The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, the Grand Prismatic Spring, Old Faithful, and many hot springs and mud pots. Okay, now for those like me who aren't sure what these things mean, here's your glossary: Petrified tree- a redwood that was covered in ...

    Yellowstone National Park

    A travel blog entry by trevorrose on Aug 16, 2014

    ... was packed with odd bods! Luckily for us after half an hour they all headed off and the place calmed down enough for us to have a meal. It was hillbilly central and we wandered the street for a while, checking out the daggy shops and the cowboy gear. So that was our visit to Yellowstone Park! It was a great experience and we saw bison, deer and many other animals and birds but no Bears!!! The park certainly is an icon of the USA and to see it on a lovely clear day made it all more ...

    Beartooth or Bare Truth?

    A travel blog entry by frguido on Aug 09, 2014

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    ... It took a minute or two, but with a mighty heave and a loud roar he freed himself. He looked around and saw that the three of us were well-protected, so he contented himself with finishing off my lunch and then lumbering off past the old sawmill and back into the woods.

    We climbed out of the Ranger’s vehicle. While he was writing up his report he told us it was his third encounter of the close kind that day. I walked over ...

    Stuff #2

    A travel blog entry by frguido on Jul 31, 2014

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    ... that went wrong, frequently around their camper’s sewer system. Dumping black water (body waste) and grey water (sinks and showers) into campgrounds’ sewers tend to provide hours of humorous stories around a campfire. Most campsites provide sites with water and electric and some sites with sewer. There is usually always a dump station for emptying tanks in case one was not able to hook up to a sewer. A relatively new family stopped at ...