BEST WESTERN PLUS Memorial Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. The art starts with all of the famous works: Remington, Russell, Lovell, Brodkin each have their own room displaying their work. Then there are rooms with many different artist's work-many look 3-D with oil painting. Each year an artist is chosen for his outstanding work and another painting is purchased. After looking at all this great ...
... he was planning for "Cars," the MidPoint Café had twin waitresses - Mia and Tia. "Cars" fans will recognize them.
When we arrived, the café was already closed, so no pie. The café closes at 4:00, because, as the new owner told us, you can't get anyone in the small town to work after 4:00. No pie today. We could, however, look around the gift shop. The mood when we last visited was laid back, “Come on in, rest a spell, have a slice of ...
... of visitors in the 60's... We met the owner, Ramona Lehman, who told us stories of how she came to own the motel, and who kindly allowed us to look inside their most famous room, Room 18, which has been preserved in its original state and was available for rent. We declined - the colours would have tripped us out within minutes! We bought a couple of souvenirs before leaving - the place is not that well frequented and depends on such purchases to ...
... and thongs in the muddy water and head back to the car.
The GPS steers us in circles around Oklahoma city and we get lost. We turn it off and just follow the main highway back to the signs for lodging. We stay at Red Roof Inn for the night.
The following day we explore Oklahoma City. We start by parking the Altima in Bricktown. We were lucky enough to park near the local baseball field and got there before game time so it was free all ...
A lot of people remember where they were on April 19, 1995, when domestic terrorists detonated a truck bomb in the middle of downtown Oklahoma City. I was actually too young to really understand what happened...I knew it was bad, but so was a merit loss in class. Today we drove from Albuquerque to Oklahoma City on a quiet Sunday ...