Studio 6 Oklahoma City

Address: 3850 South Prospect Avenue, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73129, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 3850 South Prospect Avenue, Oklahoma City, is near Frontier City, AT&T Bricktown Ballpark, Trosper Park Golf Course, and Oklahoma Opry.
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    Travel Blogs from Oklahoma City

    OK Memorial and Stockyards

    A travel blog entry by villadale on Oct 03, 2015

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    10/3 Day 104 We are still camped at Mustang Run outside Oklahoma City and went sightseeing in the big city today. We started out going to see the Express Clydesdales. This farm is one of 9 farms owned and leased by Mr. Bob Funk, owner of Express Personnel services with 600 offices in the US, Canada, Australia, and South Africa. This farm and his home is in Yukon OK a small village next to Mustang OK where we are staying. His farms currently have 15,000 head ...

    Foo Fighters

    A travel blog entry by jschisler2013 on Sep 29, 2015

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    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 ...

    Yep, we were right last night

    A travel blog entry by judencharlie on Sep 26, 2015

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    ... the cafe in Davenport, a Route 66 oldie, only to then Have their family up and leave for their own reasons leaving them to continue with their business. Problem is, no-one in the town wanted outsiders in the town so they have no friends. They were a lovely couple too, running their business from 7.00 in the morning to 9.00 pm. And they are not the first who found outsiders in these Route 66 towns unwelcome. We thought this quite interesting, one would think anyone trying ...

    Day 98 - Death Camps to Wind Farms to Oil Wells!

    A travel blog entry by rickr53 on Aug 29, 2015

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    ... though all the wind turbines were still spinning slowly.
    It was 81 degrees in the morning, 88 degrees by late afternoon with little wind. It certainly made for an easy if not memorable ride. The other thing we noticed is that once we got past Woodward, the wind farms went away and the oil pumps began appearing. There was almost always at least one pump in view at all times as we continued down on OK-33/OK-3. Then when we were about an ...

    Day 5 - Oklahoma!

    A travel blog entry by werryhoneymoon on Jul 20, 2014

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    ... arrived as the shadows were lengthening and the light was ideal for photos. We took several but, while the totems were quirky and brightly coloured, there's only so much good lighting can do and we left feeling that we would undoubtedly see better examples (proper wooden ones!) in Canada.

    Onwards, then, to Catoosa and another of Route 66's most iconic sights: The Blue Whale. Words can't describe how deliciously tacky this is. A fibreglass shell ...