Hampton Inn Clinton
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... Not exactly but hey, they are supposedly well known Route 66 icons so why not. Oklahoma City's Gold Dome Bank is unique. Built in 1958 as a Citizens State Bank, the roof is a geodesic dome made of anodized aluminum panels that gleam in the sunlight. It was the fifth geodesic dome built in the world, and was designed using futurist Buckminster Fuller's patented plans. Bully for that. We weren't overly impressed with the structure. I have read somewhere that the sun ...
... place to visit. Our other stop in OKC was to visit the Cowboy Museum. Bobby had been here and really enjoyed it. We all enjoyed it this time!
It is now time to head for home. ...
... repair/service shop.
Found it just on 5:00 pm as they were about to close - however I did buy a USB device for mini SD cards - that's what is in the Go Pro to see if I could download the videos directly from the card without going via the camera which wasn't being recognized by my tablet.
Well - that worked - now I have to download and edit a lot ...
... deserts, (chocolate covered strawberries count as fruit), fancy sandwiches, champagne and soda. The party was for the well dressed, influential members of Clinton's Society... and the haggard road warriors in flip-flops and matching well seasoned Route 66 shirts. (I think the Red Corvette and Newt's distinguished manner covered for me). It has been a while since I crashed a party too classy ...
... includes an interpretive walk and a great illustration of the route on the ground. The view you get as you arrive in Yukon is fantastic as the massive grain elevator dominates the skyline. As I went through downtown El Reno I was anticipating one of the best stretches of road on the whole journey but was not ready for the sight that greeted me as I reached the top of the hill just past Fort Reno. Miles of almost straight concrete road met my eyes. ...