Hampton Inn & Suites Oklahoma City / Bricktown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We had an amazing nights sleep and wake up ready for brekki. We couldn't remember if it was included so Mark rang to reception and was told "Y'all come on down, fill yourself up and bring all the family!".
After brekki we headed up to the room to pack as we …
... It's not a long run. First stop was Quapaw, On my list as an extra, it is nice to grabe the extra "Q". Onto my "M" Miami (called Miama by the locals) and Vinita for my "V" the day was of to a roll, I am a little behind the clock but all is good as i head for a meeting with OK 7 in Tulsa, We will share a beer in San Antoino JD, thanks for your time Sir. With Oklahoma 9 waiting to meet me in Oklahoma city ...
... a delicious lunch/brunch in the Museum Cafe. This museum is not very large but has one the largest Dale Chihuly collections on permanent exhibit. We watched a film about Dale Chihuly's 1999 art installation in Jerusalem's Citadel which was quite stunning. Dale is not Jewish but has warm relations with Jews and Israel which he attributes to a life changing several months he spent on ...
... been an eye-opening experience for us. We loved the warmth and hospitality of the people here. We loved being Okies from Muskokee., if only for a brief time. OK, maybe the hot weather has gotten to us, but much of the west is suffering through this stifling heat.
Next, having been acclimated to the slower pace of the Midwest, we intend to continue our time here. We are now heading to Wichita, Kansas, where, no doubt, we will have more to share with ...
... to cross the marina without having to swim, so we were a bit perplexed. We begin to walk inland looking for a bridge but found none. Upon inspection of Google Maps, the marina was in the shape of a giant clover leaf, and we were at the stem. We would have to circumnavigate the clover leaf, which Google Maps said would take about two and a half further hours. Thanks Google Maps, who failed to mention that there was a massive marina that we had to walk ...