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Cody, Wyoming: Hotel Lobby of African Animals

The usual sterile chain hotel lobby, enlivened with dead African animals. There's a giant elephant head, a lion chasing a gazelle, and others.

King's Inn

524 Yellowstone Ave., Cody, WY
King's Inn. West edge of town, on the south side of US Hwy 14, across from the cemetery.
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King's Inn: African Animals

King's Inn is a safari-themed hotel in Cody, Wyoming, a town known more for Yellowstone tourism and gunfights than connections to Africa. The lobby is filled with mounted game animals, and rooms are decorated "African style."

[Renee Reeves, 03/03/2018]

The most memorable mounts are a giant elephant head and a lion chasing a gazelle.

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