Holiday Inn Express Shawnee I-40
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On our way from Oklahoma City to the Dallas area, we decided to stop at the Oklahoma towns of Seminole and Wewoka due to Clare's [FSU] Seminole roots. We made a quick stop at The Seminole Nation Casino in the town of Seminole. Then we proceeded a few miles away to visit the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma Museum. The museum showed the history of Indians from the southeast as ...
... that we don't want to leave in the car because of safety or heat exposure, we have become grateful for motels with parking right outside your first floor room!
License Plates spotted today by the driver's ever watchful eye:
Tomorrow's destination: Amarillo, Texas.
... into Oklahoma (yes Route 66 only lasts for 13 miles through Kansas). The first place we stopped was to visit the Worlds Largest Totem Pole which was nice, in the summer we imagine it would be a great place for picnics. Near there was Annies Diner where we had a couple of shakes and spoke to Annie about our journey. Her opinion was that Arizona is one of the best places on the route. We took a few peices of advice from here about places to stay ...
... Route 66 has forgotten but at least it is being used by another road into town. Like many others on the route there have been multiple alignments of Route 66 through Chelsea, none of which ever went through its downtown situated across the railroad tracks. On the way to the next town, Foyil, I made a detour to Totem Pole Park where there is a 90 foot totem pole and an eleven sided building. In Foyil itself there is a statue to Andy Payne, winner of the ...
Left home about 5:45. Flight from OKC at 9:15. Arrived O'Hare 11:15. The international terminal is a totally different building so we had to go out of security, ride a tram to the international terminal and go back through security so that took awhile. Everything else was smooth. Talked to a girl while waiting at the gate who lives in Dublin and had been visiting ...