Courtyard By Marriott Oklahoma City Airport
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... looked and smelled very good. If you have children with you they have an interactive section for them to get "hands on" experiences.
Then it was off to Cattlemen's for a T-Bone. No trip to OKC is complete without a visit to this restaurant founded in 1910. The food and service were great!
... Now it’s a sign on the restroom saying “No public restrooms, for customers only.”
We are sure this town, which is really just a bump in the road, is tired of getting folks who are looking for what’s left of Route 66 and “Cars” enthusiasts. The new owner is nice, and we really couldn’t judge what the restaurant is like when it’s open, but we’ll keep our fingers crossed that the ...
... 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 ...
... Hinesh has found the picturesque Devon Building and we take some time happy snapping that.
Next stop was the Oklahoma City memorial. After the tragedy of the 19 April 1995 bombing of the Federal Building, the city has set up a memorial for those who were killed. It is a sombre experience and completely humbling. Memorials to the victims by family and friends are on a fence outside the memorial. Stuffed animals, pictures, poems line the fence. ...
Originally, we were going to "end" our trip by going to Austin to see the show Tommy since we are hoping to do that show in another year or so. We pretty much nixed that idea sometime over the last couple of weeks, deciding that we didn't want to spend the money. But, we still liked the idea of driving through Texas and with the loss of Rocky Mountain NP, we decided to go to Waco to visit the Balcones Whiskey Distillery. When we left the hotel this morning, ...