Americas Best Value Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Smoking rooms available
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On our way from Oklahoma City to the Dallas area, we decided to stop at the Oklahoma towns of Seminole and Wewoka due to Clare's [FSU] Seminole roots. We made a quick stop at The Seminole Nation Casino in the town of Seminole. Then we proceeded a few miles away to visit the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma Museum. The museum showed the history of Indians from the southeast as ...
When I did a search on Food Network's "On The Road" App for places to eat on our trip, The Rock Cafe in Stroud stood out because it listed some German dishes I knew we'd enjoy :)
It did not disappoint in "Historic Rte 66" cuteness or yumminess. But, we need to start finding some places that specialize in healthy salads soon ;)
With so ...
... the place the garage owned an old rusty tow truck which was the inspiration for the character Tow Mater. The best thing about our visit was meeting 'Melba The Mouth' a heavily accented character who told us everything there is to know about the Route in Galena and the history of how Pixar used her. Apparently she is also on the Blu-ray extras to Cars 2, something i am going to have to check out when I get home. We could have sat listening to her ...
... Boulevard. Main Street is named Will Rogers Boulevard. On the way into Tulsa I stopped in Catoosa to see the Blue Whale which used to be a children's plaything in a swimming hole. When I got there it was being used by kids for fishing. Tulsa has two different Route 66 alignments - pre and post 1932. I took the post 1932 route as that offers more of the motels and businesses that made 66 what it became. Two of the many signs I encountered are featured in this ...
Left home about 5:45. Flight from OKC at 9:15. Arrived O'Hare 11:15. The international terminal is a totally different building so we had to go out of security, ride a tram to the international terminal and go back through security so that took awhile. Everything else was smooth. Talked to a girl while waiting at the gate who lives in Dublin and had been visiting ...