Riviera Lodge

Address: 104 E Saratoga St, Saratoga, Wyoming, 82331, United States | Lodge
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This lodge is located on 104 E Saratoga St, Saratoga.
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      A travel blog entry by army11x84 on Dec 10, 2014

      In Rawlins we met a cowboy who was 113 years old. He was the oldest person ive ever met. he would just sit there and smoke a pipe the whole time. He was old and frail and needed help unloading his truck so i helped him and he paid me $60. I stayed at Rawlins KOA
      miles: 127
      food: $45
      Lodging: ...

      Makin' The Good Times Roll!

      A travel blog entry by powerstroke on Oct 02, 2014


      ... our friend Lucas, in Walden, CO where I believe it is now sitting waiting for us! Yeehaw!

      We soak in some more hot springs in Jackson, MT. Very nice! Especially because the next day we have a couple of killer passes to conquer and conquer we did! Coming up on the first pass we saw a man spin around with two green bottles in his hands as we slowed up he said "Mt Dew?" Aili exclaims "Yes!" Anything besides water sounds good at this point. We make quick conversation with ...


      A travel blog entry by cdizzle813 on Jun 22, 2014

      • It is now 1:44 in the morning and we are running low on gas so we fill up in Sinclair Wyoming.
      • We grab coffee and a couple of some extremely unhealthy red bulls.
      • Gas Cost: $44.28
      • Drink Cost: Best $7 ever spent.

      Trails, Ponies, Railroads & Transcontinental Hwys.

      A travel blog entry by dwlp.travelkids on Jun 10, 2012

      5 comments, 12 photos

      ... and Mormon pioneers, the U.S. Army, the Pony Express, the Overland Stage and the Union Pacific Railroad. If it happened in the opening of the American West, it affected, or was effected by Fort Bridger.

      The most interesting thing I took away from our visit was the fact that The Lincoln Highway, which was one of the earliest coast to coast highways in the country, came past here after it was built in 1913. It goes from Lincoln Park in ...

      Same, only different...

      A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on May 30, 2012

      9 photos

      ... I questioned him about the route to Lander, but he had no idea. It seems that he’s only been here about a year and “don’t get around much”. My words.

      I came back to camp and hooked up Sooby for tomorrow’s exodus. I disconnected the sewer hose too, to make for a quicker get-away in the morning. I have to stop and get propane and fuel for Shorty first, so want to be ready to ...