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Travel Blogs from Oklahoma City
... looked and smelled very good. If you have children with you they have an interactive section for them to get "hands on" experiences.
Then it was off to Cattlemen's for a T-Bone. No trip to OKC is complete without a visit to this restaurant founded in 1910. The food and service were great!
... that Mac and Josie are good travelers, both via car and in the air. It’s not fun for any of us, but they do a pretty good job of dealing with it.
Our first stop was for gas was in Gallup, and we got to see our beloved El Rancho Hotel when we got off the highway. In 2009, we had enjoyed stopping here for the night. Gallup still looks vibrant and has some wonderful neon signs, for those who crave the Route 66 experience. And all of ...
... and it's such an institution that it would be sad to think of it going under.
Route 66 progresses from Lebanon alongside the Interstate-40 but takes a bit of a detour which takes it very briefly into our third US state (and second of the day), Kansas. The road travels a little over 13 miles in Kansas, not really long enough to make any meaningful assessment of it as a state. However, it does take you past a couple of interesting sights, notably the ...
... The coyotes entice the patrons to buy a shot and drag the person on the bar and do their thing. The body shot often involves two coyotes so I can imagine for some guys that this girl on girl action is pretty exciting. Bras are hanging from the ceiling all adding to the decor. All in all, its pretty fun but we left before the coyotes use the water gun on the customers.
We leave OKC happy to have seen it and looking forward to the next city to ...
... city and this nation will not be defeated" etched into a wall nearby.
We also ate at the famous Cattleman's Steakhouse near the national stockyards and had the presidential t-bone...the one that Bush likes to eat when in Oklahoma City.
Tomorrow is our longest drive on the trip as we near our final destination.