Fairfield Inn & Suites Norman
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Sofia opted for a raft. Off we set down the slow river, the sun blazing, peace, tranquility and turtles lots of turtles, big ones and teeny cute ones adorable :) Absolutely loved it, Luke decided it would be fun to start a water fight and to be fair it was fun and refreshing. We decided to rescue Hikarou from the raft, he sat on the front of my kayak, Luke then thought it would be fun to splash Hikarou and rock the boat....yes you can guess ...
... entertainment including Toby Keith's first I Love This Bar and Grill opened in 2005.
Bricktown even has its own 1 mile canal ride. There is an amazing life size Oklahoma Land Run bronze statue display that is a must see.
The "Brick" as it's known locally, is located in the heart of the entertainment district and is home to the Red Hawks. The stadium houses commemorative statues to regional ...
... episode: long stretches without another car. By 12:30, we were pulling into our Hampton Inn on the eastern side of Oklahoma City. The kids were asleep in the back, but we got them up and out of the car, and straight to brushing teeth and bed.
Route 66 is still there, but who knows for how long? Bits and pieces are just gone. There’s a lot out there to see, but if you want to see it, better hit the road.
Tomorrow: The final lap ...
... one of the 3 high speed slides. I pretended to like the less thrilling ride like the Lazy river because if I didn't Ella would go crazy. Now after cooling off we head to the Cowboy museum. On display were uniforms of the American cowboys and the weapons the cowboys used to carry. I learnt a lot of information. Sadly its time to go and head to Brazil in south ...
... Lake State Park, and drove around, through abandoned communities and got to the bottom ---the lake was DRY. BUT, after going back up to the plateau, wandering around some more we found the most incredible spot, overlooking the lake, beautifully designed camping spots......only on minor problem...the wind was blowing 40-50 miles an hour, which meant we would have been hunkered down in the RV. Screw that.