Howard Johnson Oklahoma City
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The hotel was OK for a one nigh stop over. It was a little noisy as it was close to the airport. It was clean and the bed was comfy.
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We started our day trying to find our way back to the route form our hotel. Things look different in the morning. Thank you sat nav, I don't know how people did this with maps. Having said that the sat nav only gets you back to a point on the route. As I have mentioned previously the EZ Guide to Route 66 is amazing as it gives you turn by turn …
Waking up to humungous spiders and bugs and damp and mist was not not the best of mornings to wake up to but it was time to press on to our next destination Oklahoma! Quick breakfast and a shower, camp packed up and the van loaded it was time to hit the freeway yet again :) After a mini drive we pulled up to the diamond head resort for a spot of kayaking and rafting. Zoe and Claire shared a kayak as did Joe and Ros and Stef and Luke. Betina, ...
... and government guards kept the population from getting an early start. The gun was fired, and thousands of people were released to try to grab their share of the land. The purpose was to offer ownership of land to the indian tribes to integrate them into the community, but no special favors were given to them during the land grab. Of course, locals had already gone during the night and found the prime lands and claimed them for themselves. They were ...
We visited the town of Guthrie this morning. They have designated the whole area as historical district, so being downtown was like being in an area during the turn of the century. All of the buildings had been restored, and the architecture was very interesting. We went through the Oklahoma Territorial Museum which told the history of the relocation of the ...
... Mantle, Warren Spahn, and Johnny Bench.
Tons of Bricktown microbreweries to visit and sample.
The 49th Infantry Division Museum - A MUST SEE!!!!
The OK History Museum - 10 years in the making the museum sits on 18 acres and is 215,000 square-foot learning center exploring Oklahoma's history of geology, transportation, commerce, culture, aviation, heritage and much more. A MUST ...