Habana Inn

2200 Northwest 39th Expressway, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73112, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2200 Northwest 39th Expressway, Oklahoma City, is near Overholser Mansion, 1889er Museum, Harn Homestead, and Will Rogers Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Oklahoma City

    All about the old west

    A travel blog entry by sidsnow on Aug 05, 2014

    9 photos

    ... moved to the historic section. An example of how complete the museum is: the barb wire display has 1300 different barb wire specimens chosen from 8000 submitted. Saddle examples were over 30. Exhibits for cattle drives, Indians, military, are all covered in fine detail.

    We spent about 5 hours-so plan to spend the better part of a day and don't worry about food-they have a ...

    Such a Fine Sight to See

    A travel blog entry by 4memorieswego on Aug 04, 2014

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... for dinner, with an Applebee’s on the horizon. Service was a bit off, but the staff was apologetic. We believe we had a newer, or should we say, inexperienced waitress. God bless her, she was trying, but seemed to be overwhelmed. We got our food, we ate, and we were off, no harm done.

    It was dark now, and we were coming into Shamrock, Texas. Perfect. There was an old gas station that we missed on our 2009 trip that we wanted to see, and ...

    Day 5 - Oklahoma!

    A travel blog entry by werryhoneymoon on Jul 20, 2014

    4 photos

    ... our trip.

    From Galena, we progressed to Riverton, to the Rainbow Bridge. Ironically, this is a plain white bridge crossing a very small brown trickle of water, and has been bypassed by a new road because of safety concerns. However, Route 66ers can still trundle across it because it's a very historic part of the route, and has some very photogenic Route 66 emblems at either end which rather demand to be captured. So we did, and moved on. Lots of ...

    Ugly coyotes in Oklahoma City

    A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Jul 17, 2014

    17 photos

    We move from Texas to Oklahoma next. But not before we visit the Cadillac Ranch. This is art work set up by some hippies but funded by a millionaire. The hippies have taken some old Cadillacs and implanted them into the ground. Over the years people have been encouraged to bring paint or spray cans to leave their mark on the cars. The day we went there it was muddy from the rain from the night before. We of course were wearing our thongs (flip flops) ...

    Oklahoma City

    A travel blog entry by jonesroadtrip on Jul 15, 2014

    11 comments, 8 photos

    ... with the Rashleigh's gift of the #Holiday Anthems CD which had a number of banging classics that I was able to tap my steering wheel to.....thanks Chris and Lucy! Oklahoma City has to be one of the quietest 'downtown' city areas I have ever visited and a polar opposite to the hustle and bustle of Chicago. Visited the National Monument and Museum this afternoon and have to say it was ...