Super 8 Cheyenne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... s, never updated. Cheyenne is a tired, old town. We did eventually see some newly constructed homes, but they were apartments…four units packed into a structure the size of a 2-story single family home.
At one point we drove on a modern road that crossed over a huge railway yard, with many tracks and trains parked on some of the tracks. Little did I know that our hotel would be located right along this railway yard. No one ...
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... riding along with us via this blog. And, when we get home, this blog will be converted into a book for our keepsake and lasting memories. So again, don't be shy, we welcome and love your comments, observations etc. And, if you haven't yet posted any comments, we would love to hear from you on here as well. But, of course, no expectations or obligation.
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Linda Burton posting from Cheyenne, Wyoming – Mile-long coal trains followed me into Cheyenne yesterday, a sight to see. I'm back to mountains now, the Laramies. Natures foothills were the dark green backdrop for the distant man-made slivers moving south across my westward view. Blue sky and silver trains; I stopped counting at twelve. The tracks merged closer to the freeway as I neared the city; they converged across the street from my ...