Trade Winds Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTrade Winds Inn Clinton
bit of a scruffy motel, rust in the sink, kids scribbles on the door, door doesn't lock
They seem to be letting the place run into the ground, there isn't any pride in the place
They have been owners for several years and it looks like they have done nothing here in the way of maintaining the place
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Claremore to Clinton
We left Will Rogers Inn, but we made sure we had filled our travel mugs
We were off to see the big blue whale, we didn't know how far it was, we did know it was just off route 66
Anne was navigating again (she has done a great job so far, even when there isn’t a route follow)
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... at an old streetcar stop along a line that ran diagonally across Classen Boulevard, which served as a segment of Route 66’s original Oklahoma City alignment. Subsequent realignments of the highway, first along Western Avenue and then on 23rd Street, remained only a stone’s throw from the site. Continuing on, Route 66 continues through the scenic rolling hills of the South Canadian River Valley where the South Canadian bridge that we crossed is quite spectacular ...
... place to visit. Our other stop in OKC was to visit the Cowboy Museum. Bobby had been here and really enjoyed it. We all enjoyed it this time!
It is now time to head for home. ...
... we passed into the state of Oklahoma, which was our tenth state on this trip. We have also logged over 5,000 miles. We continued along I-40 with a stop in Clinton to visit the Route 66 Museum. The museum showed how the growth of the auto industry lead to a need for roads, and as more people purchased cars and traveled,gas stations, restaurants, and motels popped up along the route. Other needs included Highway Patrol due to the rising number of ...
... a anniversary gift and has since become a big icon of Route 66. Next stop on the list of Route 66 roadside attractions was the rock cafe, Stroud. Wooden Muriel's of Disney's cars were littered outside and a funky cute little gift shop was attached to the cafe I wrote my name in the guest book :) We then visited Pops in Arcadia a giant 66 feet soda bottle stands outside weighing in at 4 tons that sells the most random soda flavours from peanut butter to kitty piddle. Leninade ...