Buffalo Bill'S Irma Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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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... was the team calf roping and individual calf roping. In the team event, two riders chase the steer and whilst one ropes it horns, the other tackles it to the ground where the clock then stops. Not all the riders were successful as if they waited too long to rope the steer, they would be too close to the end of the arena. The team we caught on camera had it down to a tee and won the event!
... History Museum, the Whitney Western Art Museum, the Cody Firearms Museum, the Buffalo Bill Museum and the Plains Indian Museum.
One of the unexpected places we found was Heart Mountain, a WWll Japanese American Internment Camp. A sad, shameful part of our American history where, during 1942 - 1945, a total of 14,025 American citizens of Japanese descent were forced to relocate and lived in the "confinement" camp.
... started to rain but the weather did not deter the crowds. We spoke to a ranger and it turned out we had a little over an hour to wait. We listened to a short lecture she gave about the geysers in the park and then huddled under an umbrella to wait. It finally erupted at about 3:08 pm and it was quite spectacular. We drove back to the campsite and packed up. We left Yellowstone together and made our way ...
... we stopped during the trip. He was impressed with the church and the Christmas decorations. When it was time for communion I knelt next to him with my parents on the other side. The priest stopped when he came to us, and said a special prayer and blessing over us as a family. As Cody took the bread and wine there were tears in his eyes. “The Body and Blood of Jesus,” he said softly, “Thank you God for my family. Amen.” He ...