Extended Stay America - Oklahoma City - Northwest
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... me and Hikarou capsized and ended in the river. Tbh it was very fun and a good laugh. After 2 hours and 6 miles of paddling we made it to the end :) Drenched we sunbathed near the river listening to music and generally loving life to dry off before we hit the road to camp 135 miles later we rocked up at the Cherokee camp ground in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Myself, Joe and Betina are in charge of tea so bangers and mash it is...so totally random ...
We took the car into Guthrie this morning and went through the Territorial Museum, which told about the relocation of indian tribes, the "land grab, and early life on the prairie and the hardships endured.
Government-owned property (once indian territory) was surveyed out in 160 acre tracts and at 12:00 noon on a day in August, the area was "opened" for whoever could stake a claim. Trains were packed with people who were kept on the train until ...
We visited the town of Guthrie this morning. They have designated the whole area as historical district, so being downtown was like being in an area during the turn of the century. All of the buildings had been restored, and the architecture was very interesting. We went through the Oklahoma Territorial Museum which told the history of the relocation of the ...
... Some nights the park closes for "dive-in" movies you can watch from the artificial beach and wave pool.
Cattlemen's Steakhouse - for 100 years, Cattlemen's Steakhouse in historic Stockyards City has served steaks so tender you can cut them with a fork; the lamb fries are amazing.
The Adventure District - this is where you can find the Zoo, the Science Museum, The National Softball hall ...
... 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 ...