Super 8 Cody
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSuper 8 Cody
Cody, WY is very expensive. I was told it was the last city to enter Yellowstone National Park and the first city you arrive at when you leave the Park - I guess they have you coming and going. However, the staff were friendly and helpful. Room was clean and after a long day of travelling we were satisfied.
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... Chipmonks are plentiful at all the stops or wherever there may be scraps of food. They have no fear of humans and jump across your feet if you stand still to long.
As we rode higher, the ice came closer, only a few metres off the road at some points. The peaks are breathtaking and we found ourselves stopping at nearly every opportunity to take more photos. It was cool with the temp getting down to 51F at the top. Luck ...
... me for months, you spent time with my parents in Hardin, and the folks at the ranch… you were Cody… and I wouldn’t want you to be anyone else. My parents don’t think they are anyone special and don’t want to be treated as if they were. You are one special young man--- a hero who saved my life, and probably Jett’s and several others. That makes you the special person around here. I love you for you… the person ...
... and ate a ton - go figure), then just Alex and I went out to the Cody Stampede Night Rodeo. We had a good time watching the staged events, although we noticed that almost no one was ever able to rope a cow - kind of strange.
At one point during the show, the announcer invites all the kids in the grandstand down into the arena for an event where they release a couple of calves with ribbons on their tales, then let the kids chase them. The first kid to actually get ...
... was getting Hot and bubbling up I remember seeing being messed up but I didn't know it was from the heat from under it lol now they don't want anyone to hike in that area until they can find out what is going on. We talked to a lady in Aston Idaho that told us when she was young she used to go to YS and swim and lay on the beach but now it is a Geyser area the landscape changes all the time just like our lives lol. Next Sheridan ...
... after we hit the summit we ran into thunder and sleet. Fortunately we scooted through it on the descent and headed for Cody via the Chief Joseph Highway. We met another storm and this time we stopped and donned the wet weather gear and rode the next 30 miles in icy and rainy conditions.
With accommodation found we had dinner at Wild Bill Cody's hotel Irma, good value meal. We will spend a bit of extra time here tomorrow before heading to ...