Days Inn Oklahoma City West
Travel Blogs from Oklahoma City
Today we would travel Oklahoma and leave behind Texas. We are making good progress, the driving is going well and we are getting to see a lot of GIANT ALERTS.
We woke up early and had some breakfast and packed the car. We looked at the map and thought today's route would be easy going and we only had around 250 miles to cover. The roads …
... NM (20 miles east of Albuquerque) 6.86 gal; $3.499/gal; $24.00 Next stop was going to be Holbrook, AZ for the night - nah . Flagstaff sounded way better!!! Pretty good snowstorm as we headed into Flagstaff - at least we dressed properly - NOT! Quite beautiful with a fresh dusting of snow!! Arrived at the Hampton Inn, Flagstaff at 1630pst, 844 miles today - woohoo. Total drive time 11.5 ...
... From paddling, snorkeling, scuba diving to river rafting and kayaking, your child will have a fun experience studying the marine world during a summer. Again, children could well be given only preliminary training and would be handled only under expert care of these activities. It will be unfair that is expected children to come back with laurels after a a couple of day baton rouge summer camp. ...
Next stop Oklahoma City. This new city is much different than California. This city is not as rural as California and Oklahoma City was definitely more developed. We are bundled up in tents again for the night and will be traveling by wagon tomorrow morning. We are so close that I can feel new opportunities right around the ...
I traveled by wagon to get out here to Oklahoma City. there is not much out here, but people sure are hard at work trying to strike it rich. Many railroads are being built out here for faster transportation. I've heard of a lot of crime that happens out here in "the Wild West". I don't know if I should like that or ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed