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“Laramie Wyoming Hotel”“Vacation at the Days Inn Laramie, a warm Wyoming motel that offers spacious guest rooms a
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“Hotel's Torrington, Wyoming Address in Black Hills Region”“Surrounded by the high, green plains of Wyoming, the Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites T
Posted by: Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites Torrington

“Welcome to Our Rawlins, Wyoming Hotel”“Located right off Interstate 80 and only a short distance away from Highway 287, our Rawl
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“Nice and Quite Place To Stay”Member, Candy, Aurora - “Staff was very friendly and help full. We went there for
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“Perfect!”Laura, Fort Collins - “I selected Vee Bar hoping to have a fun, romantic weekend,
Said about: Vee Bar Guest Ranch

“Awesome Experience!!”Ann, Waldorf - “This family-run guest ranch provided me with one of my best
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Cheyenne -- Wyoming's Rodeo and Railroad Capital -- packs a wallop in western-style allure from its historic train depot to the Cheyenne Frontier Days (world's largest outdoor rodeo and western celebration) and Big Boy (world's largest steam engine). Not all that far from pines, lakes and streams of the Medicine Bow National Forest, Laramie County's seat is in the high plains region of the state's southeast corner. Cheyenne earned the moniker of "Magic City of the Plains" because of rapid growth after a Union Pacific rail station was established in the mid-1800s. From Cheyenne, day trips can be taken to Fort Laramie National Historic Site, the Snowy Range Ski Area, Curt Gowdy State Park (26 miles west), Vedauwoo Recreation Area (25 miles west), Other Cheyenne attractions range from Cheyenne Botanic Gardens to the Cheyenne Street Railway Trolley. Cheyenne lodging choices include more than 2,200 guest rooms within inns, motels and hotels, along with more than 750 camp sites.

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Area Facts: Cheyenne Frontier Days, the world's largest rodeo and western celebration, has been held each year at the end of July since 1897. The local area code for the Cheyenne is 307.

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