Quality Inn

Address: 400 N.E. Richardson Loop, Ada, Oklahoma, 74820, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on 400 N.E. Richardson Loop, Ada.
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Travel Blogs from Ada

Plucking interesting Oklahoma

A travel blog entry by holtyboy on Jan 21, 2015

2 comments, 23 photos

... out that this circular area enables you to stand and talk without being heard by others outside of the circle but you can hear yourself at a far higher volume! It kind of worked . . . . . but the location close to a multi story car park and the old railway station is not really that prodigious a place to covert the associated name.

Our actual destination was Oklahoma City, somewhere that is famous (or probably infamous) for the ...

Somber Day

A travel blog entry by fransando on Dec 18, 2014

3 comments, 11 photos

... act. I have been to Ground Zero and though Oklahoma was in a smaller scale the losses and magnitude of change to their lives are the same.

The Christmas season has always brought on a mixture of emotional feelings but after spending the day in this museum I realized what I want for Christmas.

I will ...

The Mother Road Begins.

A travel blog entry by watsonrtw on Sep 30, 2014

35 photos

... knew this was gonna be one of the longest drives on our trip accross America and the journey would take us in total around six hours and across the states of Ohio, Indiana and into Illinois.

Along the way we saw a sign for Lake Erie. We thought it would be cool to see one of the tributaries for Niagara Falls so we took a slight detour for a couple of nice photographs. On the road again as the sun began to set, we saw another sign which caught our ...

Destined to be here!

A travel blog entry by ourvenus on Jun 28, 2014

3 comments, 18 photos

... Platt National Park in honor of Senator Orville Platt, who sponsored the parks legislation. Later in the 1930's the Civilian Conservation Corps built pavilions, roads, trails, and even some waterfalls. Their signature design of stone constructed public buildings is seen throughout the entire Park--fountain pools, bathhouses, and large picnic shelters. The foresight of the Chickasaw Nation in 1902 played a critical role in preserving the springs ...

The Wrath of God

A travel blog entry by greenc14 on Jun 05, 2014

... at me and just said "Dude, we gotta get out of here." We were at the bottom of a hill and right by the Lake and there was a good 6 inches of rain water outside our tent. We realized that if this kept up then we were in the prime flooding area. We decided to grab all of our stuff, run to the car, and get to higher ground. We left the tent set up and hopped it would be there when we got back. We found a spot for the car and passed ...