Buffalo Bill Cabin Village
Travel Blogs from Cody
We started a bit later today, put petrol in the car and then had breakfast at Granny's, which was really nice. Darryl ordered a sweet bun and it arrived before our hot breakfast, it was the size of a half a rockmellon, drizzled in a glaze. It was really nice.
After breakfast, we headed for the Buffalo Bill Historic Centre and spent a …
After stocking an esky with some water and fruit for our trip, we left our good friends, Ric and Jenny and headed for our next stop, Cody, Wyoming.
The weather was good, but as we got closer to the mountains, it started raining. We headed through Big Horn National forest and came across some wonderful scenery. It was a pity it was raining …
This morning we started our journey out of Deadwood, heading to the city of Cody, WY. Unfortunately, because of the weather, we were unable to see the Bighorn Mountains and some of the other sights along the way. The rain lifted for a while during our travel through Shell Falls and Shell Canyon. The scenery was magnificent, and we were able to stop …
On to Buffalo, where the open-range cattle Kings made war on sheep ranchers in the 1890s. We drove by Sheridan, site of battles between the US Cavalry and the Sioux, Cheyenne and Crow indians. We stayed overnight in Buffalo Bill's frontier town of Cody.
We visited what is claimed to be the finest western museum. it is actually five museum …
... Plains Indian Museum, Cody Firearms Museum (probably the most complete collection of American firearms in the world), Whitney Gallery of Western Art, and the Draper Museum of Natural History. An admission ticket is good for two days, and it takes that long, at least, to do the museums justice.
Where is Buffalo Bill buried? Now that is a fascinating story in itself… to be told later.
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center