Candlewood Suites Mcalester

Address: 425 S. George Nigh Expressway, McAlester, Oklahoma, 74501, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 425 S. George Nigh Expressway, McAlester, is near Choctaw Indian Gaming Center.
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    Planning Stages

    A travel blog entry by penny_s_oss on Jun 09, 2015

    ... venues I was going to see has changed his date. I changed my dates for Scotland and England because of that. Anyway, though many things have changed, many things will remain the same. Libraries and universities don't move (thank goodness!). Also, many things I'll be doing are now going to be "better" because I've had more time to search.

    BIG isn't necessarily Better

    A travel blog entry by jandjontheroad on Oct 27, 2013

    Sunday, Oct. 27th. We had a wonderful drive through the Arkansas Mt's along route 270 in the western part of the state. Lots of autumn colors, beautiful mountain scenery, good road. Just the time we crossed over into Oklahoma things changed a bit! The road was in poor shape and there wasn't the attention to a litter free state that we had experienced in Arkansas.

    We drove to Arrowhead ...

    "That's because we're redneck enough to..."

    A travel blog entry by clara.sayre on Oct 09, 2013

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    ... and warm-hearted people today…what a nice town to spend a day in. As Cliff said, no one’s in a huge rush around here and everyone knows each other, so it makes for a very welcoming atmosphere. We were even told to keep the combination code to the gate lock at the fairgrounds in case we ever pass through there again and need a free place to stay. I really love small towns and I’m really humbled by how inviting they’ve been to us…

    En route for Arrowhead National Park

    A travel blog entry by eaz on Jul 17, 2013

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    ... the bars... Pumping their hip hop and talking really loudly. There was a part of us that really identified with these "kids" and at the same time we felt a bit vulnerable being the only tent in the park, and with our precious zozo too. About twenty minutes in, they turned the music off and went for a dip... Just as we would have done! After one scared the others with the idea of a water snake they scurried off and we went back to ...

    One Rainy Morning .... One Buggy Afternoon

    A travel blog entry by betsyandkris on Jun 19, 2013

    ... are the top of a plateau because all the trees are gone and you just have these rolling hills of grass. Once you cross the Oklahoma border, you are back into the treeline. Because it took over an hour and half to get lunch (note to self ... don't eat at the Chili's in Alexandria, LA), we didn't pull into our hotel until after 8pm. Made for a very long day. Two more long days of driving ... but it will be worth it in the ...