Park Hill Inn and Suites

Address: 1400 NE 63rd Street, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73111, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1400 NE 63rd Street, Oklahoma City, is near Oklahoma City Zoo, National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, Remington Park, and Oklahoma Firefighters Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Oklahoma City

    OK Memorial and Stockyards

    A travel blog entry by villadale on Oct 03, 2015

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    ... also had a small arena with mutton busting for the kids going on. They had chuck wagon food available as well.

    Because of construction going on we ended up going around in circles a little but Oklahoma city is neat to see and not as large as Fort Worth.

    After touring around the city we decided to return to Yukon to see a Chisholm Trail Park that was on our flyer that Peg picked up at the visitor center. We ended up not being able to ...

    Foo Fighters

    A travel blog entry by jschisler2013 on Sep 29, 2015

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    ... to go out to eat. We did meet up with Jessica Metcalfe, her boyfriend and his daughter for a drink before concert. Met Andy Foote at concert and his friend sunshine. Went back to hotel after concert bc I've had a sinus infection. It was a great, quick trip with my love. We sang songs to each other and we're just in the moment, in ...

    Yep, we were right last night

    A travel blog entry by judencharlie on Sep 26, 2015

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    ... a dud. See the pikkie attached - says it all! Now Aussies seem to love big things - the big Banana - the big ram - the big lobster, and so on, but why would you have a big blue whale in the middle of Oklahoma! Near Catoosa is The Blue Whale - a roadside attraction and one of the most recognizable icons on historic Route 66. Built in 1972 as an anniversary gift, the Blue Whale quickly evolved into a local summer hot spot and family travel destination. Almost immediately ...

    Day 98 - Death Camps to Wind Farms to Oil Wells!

    A travel blog entry by rickr53 on Aug 29, 2015

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    ... from the hotel, all of a sudden was a big sign saying that the road was closed and the bridge ahead was out. There was a detour to OK-81N. Great, the Garmin wasn't sure what to do with all this, so we followed the detour signs to see where they would take us. Finally they turned onto OK-51, and the Garmin seemed to know what to do from there. We lost about an hour travel time, but we were early for the hotel anyway.
    As we approached ...

    Los Angeles and Route 66

    A travel blog entry by nickandjulie on Oct 19, 2014

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    So if I had to describe day number 275 in one word, it would be 'bloody catastrophe.' We were staying at a beach front RV park, beautiful you would think. It was directly under the flight path of LAX International Airport, so it made for some excellent plane counting – oh yeah, it’s here I should mention that we do that now. Anyway, I’ve veered off track. So we set off into the big bad land of Los Angeles, determined to make it into ...