La Quinta Inn & Suites Oklahoma City - Midwest City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... looked and smelled very good. If you have children with you they have an interactive section for them to get "hands on" experiences.
Then it was off to Cattlemen's for a T-Bone. No trip to OKC is complete without a visit to this restaurant founded in 1910. The food and service were great!
It was hard to leave the La Posada, and if home hadn't been on the horizon, we probably would have lingered longer to look around a bit more. This might have been Mary Colter’s crowning glory. So glad someone saved it for all of us.
We had breakfast in the "Turquoise Room," just as we had dinner the night before. They have done a wonderful job of restoring this hotel.
After breakfast, we packed up Old Blue, and then took a quick ...
... painted in garish blue at the side of a small lake. It's big enough that you can walk through it, has little slides that kids can whizz down, and a little loft up a ladder that kids can climb up to (and some adults...yes, me). It looks a little tired, but then that's pretty much the norm for Route 66 - odd spots of loving restoration and preservation interspersed with long stretches of decay and neglect, not only to the road itself but to the buildings ...
... it was ok to walk in. Then it got hard as the mud stuck to our thongs like cake batter or chocolate. At one point Hinesh's target flip flops kinda broke so he decided to walk in his feet, it looked fun so I copied. Your feet sunk into the mud and it was fun trying to walk around the cars to take photos and try not to stack it (surprisingly we didn't fall on our faces). The cars were completely graffitied on but it was still cool to see them. We wash ...
... paint to get on the cars and not themselves (or someone else!) was tricky. They had a great time using the spray paint. The Ranch began in the 60s as an art installation and has a sort of cult following now. We were among a huge group of people there -- at least 75 -- and more were streaming in as we left. Back at the camper we hung out and got ready for dinner. Near our RV Park is the Big Texan, a restaurant and tourist stop originally begun ...