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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... in Texas has a story to it. http://www.roadsideamerica.com/tip/1912
One recommendation by the Rushwins, we made our way to OKC to a lunch place called Pops. It is on old historic Route 66. It is a bit out of the way and we were beginning to wonder if it was worth the drive outside of downtown. Mind you, we had already gone to the wrong place, Soda Pops, an imposter and not to be mistaken for Pops. We took a chance and turned around and ...
... been featured on Food Network (one of my fave TV channels) so that made it even more special. It was a quinessential old style diner and, as we have noticed every where in the South, the people were so friendly and enjoyed chatting with us. They always want to know where "ya'all" are from and headed :) It was another perfect Historic Route 66 moment!
We enjoyed the rolling hills of Oklahoma noticed it had the beautiful red soil like Georgia and Kaua'i.
Today, we drove into the city of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to visit the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum. Surprisingly, driving into Oklahoma City was rather easy until we hit all the detours downtown near the museum. The museum was a very emotional trip surrounding the bombing of the Murrah Building on April 19, 1995. It depicts how our lives can be changed forever in just one moment. ...
... on my leg. I thought it was the sheet or the hair on my legs blowing with the breeze. I adjusted my legs and felt it again. That didn't feel quite right, I thought. I grabbed a flashlight out of the nightstand drawer and took a look. What I found was a bug that was about ¾" long and looked very much like a cockroach. I slammed the flashlight down on it to capture it. Cheryl jumped and wondered what was going on so I told her it was a bug ...
... to cross the marina without having to swim, so we were a bit perplexed. We begin to walk inland looking for a bridge but found none. Upon inspection of Google Maps, the marina was in the shape of a giant clover leaf, and we were at the stem. We would have to circumnavigate the clover leaf, which Google Maps said would take about two and a half further hours. Thanks Google Maps, who failed to mention that there was a massive marina that we had to walk ...