Hilton Garden Inn Oklahoma City North Quail Springs
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So if I had to describe day number 275 in one word, it would be 'bloody catastrophe.' We were staying at a beach front RV park, beautiful you would think. It was directly under the flight path of LAX International Airport, so it made for some excellent plane counting – oh yeah, it’s here I should mention that we do that now. Anyway, I’ve veered off track. So we set off into the big bad land of Los Angeles, determined to make it into ...
Flew into Oklahoma City early afternoon. Half hr flight! Sorted out transport from the airport - staying 30 mins from the city in the suburb of Edmond the home of Craig Groschel of Lifechurch.tv. Headed for 5pm church in the hope that Pastor Craig would be live (as had been suggested through emails from his EA). Alas, not to be. Instead Christine Caine (Hillsong) through satellite from New York. There are now 22 satellite congregations across the ...
... and Beluga Whale show which was EPIC! Then, a couple hours later, right before closing time, we all went to the Orca (Killer Whale) show, which is a MUST if you're ever in San Antonio, Texas! I was VERY IMPRESSED by the amazing tricks the killer whales would do in response to a SIMPLE arm motion by the trainers!!! Even sitting OUTSIDE the "SOAK ZONE" I still got wet, sitting in the third from back row of bleachers. After the orca show, ...
... City - Route 66 then took us right down, head on to see the State Capitol Park. It was at this point we had to follow precise directions to keep on our Route now reaching our destination, we had to follow our Route 66 map, as the signs where no longer about. We had to drive all round town, navigating ourselves out towards the other side of the city & around some more houses to finally settle on getting accommodation along this stretch of Route 66. As ...
... line (most notably the birth and death of the defining feature of mid twentieth century Cadillacs; the tailfins) from 1949 to 1963, half-buried nose-first in the ground, at an angle corresponding to that of the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt."
We came prepared with spray paint so Mac and Josie could make their mark on the caddies crammed headlong into the earth. The public has taken its toll on this piece of art. It’s not enough now ...