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Laramie, WY. Love the outdoors. Can not wait for the next chance to go sailing on the lake or hiking in the mountains. Do not suffer through the long wait until the next vacation. Visit to a town where your favorite outdoor activities are just minutes away all the time.
You can find a combination of western heritage and college-town charm in Laramie, nestled in a valley between the Snowy Range Mountains and Laramie Range. You can enjoy outdoor activities in nearby Medicine Bow National Forest and Thunder Basin National Grassland - Skiing, Snowshoeing, Boating, Cycling and Camping. Fishing enthusiasts will find many opportunities, ranging from Lakes on the Plains to Mountain Streams.
What else is good. Laramie is home to the University of Wyoming, which sponsors cultural and sporting events in the area. When you are not out enjoying outdoor activities you will find plenty of opportunities to immerse yourself in history and culture of the American West, and go out to a variety of Antique Shops, Restaurants, Galleries and Historic Buildings.
Pets Accepted in smoking rooms only, at fee of 16.50 USD, non-refundable, per pet per night, below 50 lbs per pet. Maximum of two pets per room.
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I was in Laramie attending the Shepard Symposium on the UW campus. The hotel is located on the west side of town and was convienent to downtown and the campus. The hotel staff was very friendly and suggested a great place to eat, Altitudes, a
micro brewery and steakhouse. The rooms were very clean. I thought the choice of mint green sheets was a nice change from drab white. The selection of fruit at breakfast was dried out and unappealing, but all in all I would recommend this hotel.