Courtyard by Marriott Oklahoma City North

Address: 13511 Highland Park Boulevard, Village, Oklahoma, 73120, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 13511 Highland Park Boulevard, Village, is near End of the Trail, Lackawanna Coal Mine, Martin Park Nature Center, and Hidden Valley Four Seasons Resort.
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    Travel Blogs from Village

    Oklahoma

    A travel blog entry by magpie1 on Oct 18, 2014

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    Flew into Oklahoma City early afternoon. Half hr flight! Sorted out transport from the airport - staying 30 mins from the city in the suburb of Edmond the home of Craig Groschel of Lifechurch.tv. Headed for 5pm church in the hope that Pastor Craig would be live (as had been suggested through emails from his EA). Alas, not to be. Instead Christine …

    Day 27 - Unscheduled stop

    A travel blog entry by ghtour15 on May 17, 2015

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    ... across the road is a great steak restaruant. Guess that's lunch/dinner planned.

    Our other unscheduled stop is Camping World to get a new portable fridge. Our original portable one has died and we can't survive with just the small Eurovan camper fridge. We had been trying to call Camping World all day. Even got the the 800 number people to try and call and no one could get through. We where ...

    Tornadoes, Buffalo and Cowboys, Oh My!

    A travel blog entry by vwvsusa on May 09, 2015

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    Although the title might seem like we had an exciting adventure in Oklahoma City, unfortunately I have misled you. I was excited to see OKC for no particular reason however it was a rather uneventful, unexciting stop. The city was a ghost town at 11am on a Saturday morning, perhaps it was because of the looming tornado threat or maybe it is always quiet. From the reports I have ...

    Day 3 Oklahoma

    A travel blog entry by davidholloway on May 07, 2015

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    Well a great day. I missed the opportunity yesterday of saying I was 24 hours from Tulsa but anyway we rode through Tulsa having again used an off road section. Bit tricky on half a ton of Harley but lucky I am big and strong. We were heading towards Oklahoma City and got as far as Edmund just short of Oklahoma City itself on the 66. Passed a huge RV centre called Dave's RVS only to pass a few miles later a place called DEANS RVS. How ironic. We did pass Spunky Gorge too but ...

    Day 4 - Oklahoma

    A travel blog entry by greg.martin on May 04, 2015

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    ... early rodeo trophies. Museum collections focus on preserving and interpreting the heritage of the American West. The historical galleries include the American Cowboy Gallery, a look at the life and traditions of a working cowboy and ranching history; the American Rodeo Gallery, fashioned after a 1950s rodeo arena, provides a look at America's native sport; the Joe Grandee Museum of the Frontier West ...