Buffalo Bill'S Irma Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBuffalo Bill'S Irma Hotel Cody
We stayed at the Irma for one night on our way to Yellowstone. The room was smallish but clean and had a high ceiling. We had been staying in chain hotels on our trip and this place felt more like home. Would definitely stay here again.
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Only a short drive before we are entering Wyoming and soon after a detour off the highway to Devils tower: a huge mountain that protrudes out of the rolling prairies that is considered sacred to the native tribes connected to the area. It was an amazing sight among the black hills and although we didn't go into the park itself we still got some …
... now. I guess our people wanted us outside, because they ushered us out when we got inside. We fooled them because we came right back in again.
It sure is fun visiting Tux and having the opportunity to run free for a while. In the campgrounds I have to be on a leash “at all times” so being off it is a real treat. Tux has dug a couple of holes near the gate in the fence and when his people are ...
... a delicious family dinner. My parents had a lot of questions and they got Cody talking about our trip. As he talked, he loosened up and as dinner progressed he was feeling more and more at home. His nervousness was gone and the real Cody was coming through. As we finished our Rocky Road ice cream, my mother asked, “John… can we tell Cody now?”
Dad smiled. “Not until tomorrow- remember, Judge Williams is coming for ...
... We dined at the Irma, named after Buffalo Bill's daughter. The food was good and plentiful, and the Irma itself is full of history, the dining room and halls decked with hunting trophies from Buffalo Bill Cody's travels around the world.
We wandered a little more then returned, me with half of Sams doggy bagged dinner spilled down my shirt for a relaxing evening.
... look at what life was like way back when. Even a real saloon with bullet holes in the door! This was the stomping grounds of Sundance Kid, Butch Cassidy, Annie Oakley, Calamity Jane and the like. It was quite interesting to see these authentic cabins and their contents.
What was disturbing came at the end. There was one tiny cardboard plaque with a quote from a Sioux chief that said his people never considered this place wild. They ...