Cheyenne, which means "people of a foreign language," is the capitol of Wyoming. Cheyenne rests between the North and South Platte Rivers bordered by the majestic Laramie Mountains. The Cheyenne hotels greets visitors with a warm welcome and offer luxurious family and studio suites, beautiful bed and breakfast inns, and nice budget rooms. The hotels Cheyenne have business centers with high speed Internet, health and fitness centers, free complimentary breakfast, and indoor pools.
Cheyenne has four convention centers and works with the hotels in Cheyenne to insure that all events are special. They have great facilities for weddings, reunions, festivals, conventions, or business meetings.
Poor Richards Restaurant is noted for its fine steaks and delicious seafood accompanied with a sprawling salad bar. It is an elegant homey restaurant with great service and excellent cuisine.
Terry Bison Ranch, a working ranch, gives the visitor a vivid picture of the old west with real cowboys, bison, camels, and ostriches, pony rides for children, trout fishing, train rides, horseback trail rides, and hunting.
The avid shopper should check out the Frontier Mall with large department stores and over 70 specialty shops. The mall is on top of the list for serious shoppers offering great food and great prices.
Although no major league sports team in Cheyenne, it has ultimate cage fighting and the best rodeos in the United States. Denver, just a few hours away, is home to the Denver Broncos, Colorado Rockies, and the Denver Nuggets.