Sooner Legends Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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It was a long night with the storm having us worried. Anyway we get up and going as today we are heading into Oklahoma City then onto to Red Rock State Park about an hour west of the city.
Today's main stop is the Cowboy Museum. As usual we plan to be done in 2hours and it ends up taking us nearly twice as long. But while we are there we find out from a local a great place to buy a good belt for ...
... city but unfortunately no life. As a result we decided to head off before lunch to our next destination. We stopped off at a Route 66 Museum just west of Oklahoma. It was really interesting to see the history of the main road of America and the way it influenced migration in the country. We also visited a car museum featuring many of the cars that would have traveled along route 66. ...
... early rodeo trophies. Museum collections focus on preserving and interpreting the heritage of the American West. The historical galleries include the American Cowboy Gallery, a look at the life and traditions of a working cowboy and ranching history; the American Rodeo Gallery, fashioned after a 1950s rodeo arena, provides a look at America's native sport; the Joe Grandee Museum of the Frontier West ...
... the 2 people coming in at 4:30! Waiting around for the next 2 hours was not on my agenda so taxi it is!!! If in Prague use the AAA taxi.... No ripoff!! So will b asking for a refund!!! What is up with me and the transfers! Finally met up with the group for a walk to the big mall here and a drink! We had a drink at the Republica which is just across the street from the hotel! 6pm we met for the welcome dinner! A nightcap and off to bed! Unfortunately I am now awake at ...
... inches wide and 25 inches high. Grady was in the silo. They couldn't tear down the silo as it was too valuable and the opening could not be made wider because it was encased in steel.
Bill Mach asked for help through his local newspaper, and the response was overwhelming. People all over the United States offered solutions to ...