If you're ever in Paris and you're feeling homesick, Cheyenne is only 15 miles away from the Eiffel Tower.

Disney's Hotel Cheyenne is billed as a "wild west escape" in the heart of Europe. The hotel pays homage to Cheyenne's early days as a rugged frontier outpost with a replica main street that includes a bunkhouse, gambling parlor, general store, saloon, and a jail.

Sheriff Woody from Disney's Toy Story movies keeps the peace in Old Cheyenne. Several of the buildings in the frontier town are named after infamous outlaws like Doc Holliday, Wild Bill Hickok, and legendary tribal chiefs like Cochise and Geronimo. Similar to the actual Cheyenne, little cowboys and cowgirls can ride through town in a horse-drawn carriage.

The Cheyenne Hotel is located east of Paris in the village of Marne-la-Vallee. The train trip from the Paris city center to Disneyland takes about 45 minutes. The complex also features hotels named for Santa Fe, New Mexico, New York City, and California's Sequoia National Park.