Lexington Inn - Ardmore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Chichasha as they call themselves, or Chickasaw as the government calls them, are a people who see themselves as 'enduring'. Our time at their cultural Centre was exceptionally good. The day dawned cloudless and warm. Driving on 'normal' highways was far more relaxing than my experience on the i35 to Fort Worth. I finally got to see oil derricks working extracting that black gold Texas is famous for. we stopped at a look out and the scent of Cedar infused ...
... thing to see in the middle of the city. It looks like a massive spaceship and it's made out of a reflective material which bounces back the images of the surrounding skyscrapers. I've no idea what it symbolises but it looks incredible. After a wander through the park we found a busy italian restaurant called Giordano's specialising in Chicago style pizza pie. It was around a 30 minute waiting time for a table but it was worth it. Following advice from a friend ...
Tricia and went on our way south; stopped by the Oklahoma visitors' center, got some info and ate a delicious salad out of the cooler in the parking lot. Made reservations to stay at Lake Murray State Park where they have a lodge. Turns out Lake Murray state park is the oldest and biggest state park in Oklahoma. Room was nice, TV, coffee maker, comfortable beds, view of lake, and only $68 ...
Today's entry from Larry:
Ten wheels down? Six on the motorhome, four on the "toad" - the pickup truck we tow behind the motorhome.
We left Austin this morning - underway at last! We're planning to progress north at 250-300 miles per day, which doesn't sound like much in a car going 75-80 mph. But, in a 40 foot 6 inch motorhome pulling a toad (the combo being about 63 feet in length overall), going about 65 ...
Finding the Lincoln Bridge within the Chickasaw National Recreation area has been a captivating thought since first observing this U.S. Mint quarter from 2011. The U.S. Mint has chosen famous landmarks within the National Parks and Recreation Areas from all the States to show off to us our heritage. Some are mountains, some are parks, and some are individual "things", such as this Lincoln's Bridge. For me, it was a primary "goal" ...