Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Oklahoma City Airport
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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 ...
... name of "Sooners", because they got there sooner than they were supposed to. There's so much I don't remember from my history, and it's so much more interesting to me now.
Guthrie has a huge section dedicated to historic district, so being in town is like being there at the turn of the century. They have kept many brick streets, and the buildings have been restored to their former glory, and we found it to be a peaceful, lovely town.
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 ...
... entertainment including Toby Keith's first I Love This Bar and Grill opened in 2005.
Bricktown even has its own 1 mile canal ride. There is an amazing life size Oklahoma Land Run bronze statue display that is a must see.
The "Brick" as it's known locally, is located in the heart of the entertainment district and is home to the Red Hawks. The stadium houses commemorative statues to regional ...
... we noticed about a lot of the towns and even some of the smaller cities was that you never saw a lot of people in the streets. This could be because the car rules here and no-body walks any distance.
Into Oklahoma and on to Tulsa. It was late afternoon when we entered Tulsa and we still had over 100 miles to go to get to Oklahoma City so we drove through and carried on. We did notice a huge Hard Rock ...