Comfort Inn & Suites

Address: 103 S. Humphrey Boulevard, Pauls Valley, Oklahoma, 73075, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 103 S. Humphrey Boulevard, Pauls Valley, is near Toy and Action Figure Museum.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn & Suites Pauls Valley

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Travel Blogs from Pauls Valley

A Detour Leads Us to a Tasty Treat

A travel blog entry by jimandclare on Jun 25, 2015

3 comments, 1 photo

... Fried Pies. The staff was very helpful and they made these interesting fries pies. Soooo, of course we had to purchase a few.

We learned that the Fried Pie Lady [Nancy] had a grandmother who made these pies originally for the Arbuckle ranch hands in 1893. They were so interesting, and smell so good that as Jim navigated the twists and turns on scenic Route 77 for about 5 miles, Clare downed a warm one. Ummm, Ummm....Great ...

Not everything works out all the time!

A travel blog entry by fromhalltohall on Jun 29, 2014

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... an afternoon meeting would be a problem as I'd then be risking getting myself dirty handling some car stuff I was to pick up there. I asked the GPS if there was another Kingdom Hall closer.

"Yes!" it said. And so it led me to the small town of Lindsay, about 30 miles south of Oklahoma City and off the beaten track a bit.





I arrived in plenty of time, but I waited in vain. I ...

Destined to be here!

A travel blog entry by ourvenus on Jun 28, 2014

3 comments, 18 photos

... Platt National Park in honor of Senator Orville Platt, who sponsored the parks legislation. Later in the 1930's the Civilian Conservation Corps built pavilions, roads, trails, and even some waterfalls. Their signature design of stone constructed public buildings is seen throughout the entire Park--fountain pools, bathhouses, and large picnic shelters. The foresight of the Chickasaw Nation in 1902 played a critical role in preserving the springs ...

The Wrath of God

A travel blog entry by greenc14 on Jun 05, 2014

I am not normally someone who believes in the whole wrath of god thing but after our time in Oklahoma I don't know what else to call what we went through. First off, hats off to Sam for driving the whole 8 and a half hours from St. Louis to the National Park. We got some camping gear at Target before we left St. Louis and then it was a straight shot to Oklahoma. About half way there we started to see some heat lighting and as we ...

Side trip to the falls

A travel blog entry by stuartbp44 on Jul 05, 2013

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We took a side trip to turner falls becauseit was so hot. 94 today.
The falls were great and a nice picnic area
Some of the people took their picnic very seriously. 4 burner bbq with a hand trolley to carry everything.
Due to this side trip we Missed the Chickasaw Cultural Centre.
On the plus side we didsee a few armadillos . They were all sleeping on the side of theroad in varying stages of ...