Inn at Treasure Valley
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... we would have loved to have done Route 66 on a big bike. He asked if I'd like to sit on his bike to which my eyes opened Oi Oi "'really? Oh yes please, it would make my day" I straddled that meaty bike with an enormous grin & wiped the seat after I got off. A pleasure to experience. After the bikers roared off into the sunset, we took a nose around the gift shop, signed the guest book and bought a couple of souvenirs of our visit. We also took a look at ...
... I have been traveling since I was only 3 months old when my mom took me to my Aunt's wedding up in Alberta. I am so glad to be breaking away from the dullness of everyday life. I hate getting stuck in a rut... That's probably why I LOVE to travel so very much. I'll write later, when we are finally on the road. . ...
... gotta always be prepared, M'kay!" Diane even got involved and the receptionist called her a hussy! We howled!!
We had a little drive around downtown and uptown Oklahoma. We'd definitely go back!!
It wasn't long until we were back on the 66. We stopped in El Reno to visit Fort ...
... br> - Gas Buddy where we can find out gas prices once we locate the gas station via iExit
- Google search to help us find out information about the places we want to go to
- Waze which tells us about the traffic situation ahead... so we know how long we may be running into traffic congestion
- Google Maps or the GPS on our car - could not get where we want to go without it - we would be in China if not for Google Maps or the car GPS
These apps ...
There ain’t nuthin’ wrong with Oklahoma City.
This place, which looked like a giant strip mall to me when I first got here, turns out to have a charming and vibrant town woven into its fabric. Sara showed me around town yesterday, and we managed to go to all these cool, little neighborhoods without ever going onto a highway.
There seem to be a dozen towns buried in Oklahoma City, and each of ...