Sheraton Midwest City Hotel
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... as it appears they were having a homecoming celebration and fair going on. (When we were in the area earlier we saw a parade going on so decided to come back later.) The parade was over but the entire downtown area was blocked off and they had fair rides in the park. So we rode around the countryside for an hour or so looking at all the ranches – lots of cattle and some horses. Most of the cattle were Angus but we did see a few Herefords and a few long ...
Foo fighters, OKC with Brandon! Chesapeake Arena! Went down Tuesday, stayed night, came home Wednesday! Cam stayed with Amy and Kenny. Concert was so good! Section 311, audio not the best, but still a badass concert. Dave Grohl was in a cast, his wheelchair was amazing! Surrounded by speakers, went up and down stage. We didn't ...
... and garage but it now houses a rare collection of vintage Packards that used to belong to husband of the current owner, an aged woman. When he was alive, they lived in Phoenix but decided to come to Afton to run this place. She has a long standing interest in Route 66 and wanted to promote it, and then when he died, she brought all the vintage cars into the garage and turned it into the showcase it is today. There is even one vehicle there that has not been restored - is ...
... 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.
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... of days. We visited many of its highlights, including some oddball ones that you could never expect. Tulsa was a hot spot during the oil boom days of the early 1900’s and the buildings downtown reflect the art deco architecture popular during those times. These are divided by those which have been restored and serve active contemporary uses, and those sitting neglected and in poor repair. We toured the downtown area and got the ...