La Quinta Inn Oklahoma City Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... the middle of an Oklahoma campsite cooking the good old English dish of sausage and mash ha! Tea seemed to go down a treat, cured any homesickness specially since we had lumpy mash my mums speciality ha ha! Tonight we are just chilling round the camp. Me and Sofia sat on my blanket stargazing and talking a about life, decided to have an early one tonight as tomorrow is going to be a long day exploring the old Route 66 cannot wait :) nighty night ...
... 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 ...
... land grab" and other epic stories of the history in the area. The Dalton brothers were from this area, and it's said that Mama raised 13 children, and all but 4 were law-abiding citizens! We also went through the Chisholm Trail museum in a nearby town of Kingfisher. We are spending a second night here and will leave in the morning for the town of El Reno and Clinton. ...
... the Stadium, the National Cowboy Museum & Western Heritage Museum and Remington Park Horse Racing and Casino
The Scottish Rite Masonic Temple in Guthrie OK - A MUST SEE
There is so much to do in OK City that if you get bored it's your own fault. We've been here several times over the years and love visiting as often as we can.
Next stop ...Amarillo Texas!
... atrocity and later McVeigh was sentenced to death by lethal injection. The National Monument consists of two 'Gates of Time', a reflecting pool and the field of empty chairs which marks out where the building once stood and where the bodies were when the bomb detonated on the 19th April at 9.02 am. Hopefully our photos will show you just what an impact this event still has on the city ...