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- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
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... his construction team in 1996.
They have a memorial to the Chisholm Trail right along their farm road as it crossed the area right by their property.
Next we went to the Oklahoma City National Memorial, the site of the bombing of Journal Record Building in April 1995. We drove by, but could see the chairs and memorial pool that make up the monument.
From there we went to the Bricktown District, this is the entertainment ...
... to go out to eat. We did meet up with Jessica Metcalfe, her boyfriend and his daughter for a drink before concert. Met Andy Foote at concert and his friend sunshine. Went back to hotel after concert bc I've had a sinus infection. It was a great, quick trip with my love. We sang songs to each other and we're just in the moment, in ...
... was closed by the time we reached there however peering through the windows there was an excellent collection of vintage motorcycles. As the sun set and travelling through vast rural landscape, we were beginning to feel quite exhausted, the field of dreams loomed on the horizon! POPS - a space age gas station nestled in the shadow of a sixty-foot soda pop bottle, complete with straw, fully illuminated. "We have reached the Field of Dreams" I hear through the intercom in my ...
... from the hotel, all of a sudden was a big sign saying that the road was closed and the bridge ahead was out. There was a detour to OK-81N. Great, the Garmin wasn't sure what to do with all this, so we followed the detour signs to see where they would take us. Finally they turned onto OK-51, and the Garmin seemed to know what to do from there. We lost about an hour travel time, but we were early for the hotel anyway.
As we approached ...
... up the Jeep. That’s when the rain decided to start up again. Fortunately it didn’t last too long and we made our escape without getting soaked. Farewell to the T.O. Fuller State Park.
We needed fuel so we had scoped out a station that was on our way to the freeway. They had a separate diesel island so we got to fuel up with the big rigs. Man, that was the way to fuel up. There are two nozzles on each island, one on ...