AmericInn Lodge & Suites Sayre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Left the very over the top Holiday Inn this morning after a great breakfast of steak & eggs for Peter (just bacon & eggs for me) included in the price, old town real didn't look too old though. It's REALLY cold still but we set off on the I-40 westwards but decide to take a detour off south into Indian country as its so boring and really glad we did. The road was empty, no lorries, and lots of small towns mostly with run ...
Check out the cool pictures. This building, truck and overweight but handsome guy were the basis of a movie. (Okay the overweight but handsome guy is not the basis of any movie except maybe " Nista, when are you due?" or "How to eat across Route 66 and gain a pound or two a ...
Very windy. Very traumatic second day of driving home. The wind is unnerving to us. Had to stop at a rest area in TX to regroup and rest for a couple of hours. Found a Days Inn in Elk City, OK. Finally able to reach Joe and Sara with the news. All ...
... After last nights grotty hotel stay ( no hair dryer, coffee maker or luxuries!!), we have now stopped at Hilton Court ( ELk CIty) for a bit of TLC.. Lisa says "thank God" as Steve got his military discount as he was wearing his grotty old smock we got it cheaper than the mangy old motel.!!! So tomorrow, early start and heading off to Texas for the night , not rushing though as too much too see. Dinner at Rib Crib Stack Shack, too nice not too have .....loved it x ...
... day, peaking today. Due to the heat and wind, we weren't able to herbicide this afternoon. Instead we went and checked out the visitor center to learn about the events that took place here in the late 1800s. The battle of washita was short lived. A large army of Custer's 7th infantry surprise attacked a small village of Cheyenne Natives Americans. They thought this was a group of warriors, but instead it was a group of mostly women and children, and a few warriors ...