Americas Best Value Inn Sheridan
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAmericas Best Value Inn Sheridan
It's listed as 3 star on Booking.com but it's definitely older and more rundown than any other three star we have stayed in so I'm not sure what goes into the Rating.
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We hadn't planned to stay in motels at all. But with spending a longer time in Deadwood and walking around the Devils Tower, we were a little behind schedule. Then we couldn't find any campgrounds. So we all agreed to drive further to the town of Sheridan WY and find a cheap hotel. Cheap isn't always cheap as we think it should be, but it was clean …
Leaving Devil's Tower after a restful 2 nights the top of the peak was shrouded in fog and chilly . Yesterday, it was in the eighties and very sunny. We drove up to the visitor's center located close to the top. The area around the tower is considered scared by the Native Americana's who still have services here. A spiritual aura was all around us.
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What I don't tell you in the next post is, when we stopped for fuel and lunch in Sheridan Wyoming, I wanted to record a live Seattle Seahawk Football Training Camp practice on ESPN held today at 10:30 AM LIVE and it was the only time it would be seen that I could tell. I have been a lifelong Hawk fan since 1976 and Sraddha still loves me. heh heh.
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