Quality Inn East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... there, which was delicious, but next time, I should probably rethink chocolate in 103 degree weather because most of the chocolate in it melted on my hands.
After about six hours, I attempted to drive. I lasted all of thirty minutes. Within the first twenty seconds I was handed the keys, I managed to swerve and almost kill us both, luckily the road was empty. Driving an SUV is so much different than a normal car. I managed to pull it together after our near ...
I started the day by visiting the Oklahoma Route 66 Museum which is reputed to be the best museum on the whole of Route 66. It certainly didn't disappoint with a great number of items and articles from throughout the road's history. I took a lot of photos and got a couple of selfies with the two Route 66 signs outside the museum. After leaving Clinton behind I travelled Foss and Canute, both of which have suffered from the building ...
... at her office in Broken Arrow, and came to meet us for lunch at the Cracker Barrel! Hadn't seen her since 2007! Awesome little unexpected visit while on the road!
Oklahoma - where the wind comes sweeping through the plains.....nothing more to say....nothing to see....but a lot of half-dead trees and cows. (Sorry Cindy!)
We are driving into a blinding sunset.
Passed the Texas Steakhouse in Amarillo where if you can eat their 72 ounce steak, it's FREE! No ...
... a bit of a list of wildlife we have, dead or alive. So far: Racoons, Eagles, Bison, Deer, skunks, squirrels, rabbit, Geese, gnats, scorpion, armadillo, chiggers. No kangaroos or koalas. A few miles after Erick, we cross the border out of Oklahoma and into Texas. A lot of farming country this side of the border and the biggest centre pivots we have ever seen. Most of these little towns like McLean , Allenreed and Groom are merely rundown ghost towns since the highway ...
... a paddock owned by some rich Texan dude, who decided to put 10 different Cadillacs in a paddock, with the front of the cars concreted into the ground... people come from all over the world, and spray the cars with all different pictures, messages, sayings etc... its basically a graffiti artists paradise... After our stop at Cadillac Ranch, we headed further into town and arrived at our accommodation for the ...