Sleep Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... just drove up and down the streets looking at the old renovated buildings. We then went to Stockyard City which was bustling today as they were having a fall Stampede. These stockyards are home to the Oklahoma National Stock Yards, the world’s largest feeder and stocker cattle market. Unlike the stock yards at Fort Worth, these actually smelled of cows and cow manure. Because of the Stampede there were several horse drawn wagons wandering the ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
Today was expected to be just as boring as yesterday and it certainly lived up to expectations. One thing I didn't mention yesterday was that Dodge City seems to be the Cattle Death Camp Capital of the West. As we rode out this morning there were even more stockyards located on all the roads coming into and going out of Dodge City. As we headed out on US-400E, there were cattle trucks, one after another like a parade of Death Wagons heading for ...
From Galena, we progressed to Riverton, to the Rainbow Bridge. Ironically, this is a plain white bridge crossing a very small brown trickle of water, and has been bypassed by a new road because of safety concerns. However, Route 66ers can still trundle across it because it's a very historic part of the route, and has some very photogenic Route 66 emblems at either end which rather demand to be captured. So we did, and moved on. Lots of miles still ...