Rodeway Inn

Address: 108 Meadow Ridge, Elk City, Oklahoma, 73644, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on 108 Meadow Ridge, Elk City, is near National Route 66 Museum.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Rodeway Inn Elk City

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Travel Blogs from Elk City

A long, long day...

A travel blog entry by bteasdale on Jul 01, 2015

3 comments, 6 photos

... Mad Max movie, this is the one they should use.  Filthy restrooms, horrible parking, and surly service all combined to send Cindy and I fleeing as soon as possible.  What was doubly frustrating was seeing a huge, beautiful TA Travel Center located just on the east side of Amarillo, about six miles further down the road.   The unpleasant experience at Love's colored the rest of the afternoon's drive, with the road seeming to be rougher and the ...

Getting Our Kicks On Route 66

A travel blog entry by jimandclare on Jun 22, 2015

1 comment, 19 photos

... we passed into the state of Oklahoma, which was our tenth state on this trip. We have also logged over 5,000 miles. We continued along I-40 with a stop in Clinton to visit the Route 66 Museum. The museum showed how the growth of the auto industry lead to a need for roads, and as more people purchased cars and traveled,gas stations, restaurants, and motels popped up along the route. Other needs included Highway Patrol due to the rising number of ...

Invasive Species

A travel blog entry by trackingdj on May 04, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

... resources for energy, never having enough. Mining oil and gas non-stop. Argueing about nuclear vs. Coal or wind, instead of seriously trying to reduce usage. And urban sprawl as well as giant farms are constantly destroying the diversity of the nature all around. Is this fight as much of a losing battle as killing these plants seems to be? I started thinking about the plants again. Even after we kill them they keep coming back. We can go through and spray all of them ...

Out on the Open Road

A travel blog entry by harmansoutwest on Apr 02, 2014

6 comments, 12 photos

... a James Patterson mystery.

Our drive through Kentucky was far from boring. While traveling through Bath county we crossed Licking River, saw a dead horse off the interstate (sorry Patty), and miles later came across a town with almost every home selling rocks from their front porch---And West Virginia gets a bad rep?!

With that being said, and the booming rock industry aside, Kentucky's landscape was gorgeous with its impressive farms and ...

Oklahoma finish line

A travel blog entry by tony.charity on Oct 06, 2013

1 comment, 25 photos

... into a beautiful ballroom and what I like about this building, is that the locals do use it for weddings and the University/ college Balls. Late afternoon we stopped by Lake Overholser, even had a chat with a young FEMALE fisher woman. I'm still trying to get used to the American drawl, so I am not sure what she said to me. I'll leave that up to your imagination (bearing in mind I nearly ran over her deaf and partially bling dog). We had a picnic by ...