Hampton Inn Oklahoma City/Edmond
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... strawberry to lichee. From swamp to pimple to Bacon. From black to clear. It is so hard to choose. I love peach so I got peachee. Ben got Toxic Slime. Matthew got swamp juice. Elizabeth got the Japanese pop that you have to pop the marble into to drink it. Paul got strawberry rhubarb agave. They were all delicious. We got some souvineer bottles too. Everything was great including the food and the whole experience. So glad we took the chance. ...
Today, we drove into the city of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to visit the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum. Surprisingly, driving into Oklahoma City was rather easy until we hit all the detours downtown near the museum. The museum was a very emotional trip surrounding the bombing of the Murrah Building on April 19, 1995. It depicts how our lives can be changed forever in just one moment. ...
... many miles. I was happy to get off the interstate anyway and decided to stay on the 70 until I had to get back on 40. The route took us through many small farm towns on a pretty nice two lane road. It was slower going, but like I said, we weren’t in any hurry.
Nearly all of these towns were really small. The largest one we passed had a population of just over 2,000. Most had populations under 1,000. I suspect that these small ...
... got a rush from the experience!
More stops. More wind energy generator's as far as the eye could see. The weather was mostly cloudy but tolerable.
We made it to just outside Oklahoma City to the small town of Yukon, OK (home of Garth Brooks) by dusk, did some laundry, had a great hamburger at a local chain, and called it a day.
... repairs and alterations!!! That's really cool!!!! The lady there was very friendly & helped us find whatever we were looking for. Next, we went to the railroad museum. That was a very fun place to visit!!! I recommend anyone who has kids should DEFINITELY go there!! It was very cool to see how the trains of the past worked, compared to today's trains. . . It was very fun! Afterwards, we walked back to the condo at Camp Wannecke. A GREAT ...