Knights Inn Muskogee
Travel Blogs from Muskogee
Hello everybody back home, and everywhere else, Vassily here again.
Today we went from Rolla (pronounced Ro'Lah) in Missouri to Muskogee (Mus-Koh-Gee) in Oklahoma. The distance was supposed to be 318 miles but it was a little bit more due to us taking a slight unexpected detour in the afternoon (wrong turning) which bumped another 12 miles on the route.
I had a lay-in as my few meagre possessions were spread between Dave's and LJ's luggage - ...
... on north side of road for about 20 miles. Twenty miles west of Amarillo saw and smelled our first and only cattle feed lot.
Oklahoma very green with rolling hills - looked a lot like PA, MD, VA. Kathy drove in central Oklahoma and we were going to stop in downtown Oklahoma City to see the memorial. Got there as planned at 330 and ...
... worse we have traveld so far. Ugh! I felt like the RV was going to break apart at some points!
We decided not to stop anywhere in Arkansas and go straight to Oklahoma. So, it was a long ride today,about seven hours.
We have found that once the temperature outside reaches into the 90's the AC has a hard time keeping up. Around 12:00, I was getting hot and cranky. Yes, I was the one cranky, not ...
I guess summer is officially over, as we left the Midwest this morning, and are fast approaching Texas. We pulled into this park and set up quickly, as the black sky promised a downpour, but within an hour or two the sun shone brightly, and a few hours later, a full moon lit the sky! Wish the outlook for the Detroit Tigers was as bright - but the Lions sure pulled off a nice win tonight!
... book and on the internet, everyone said you had to have the ribs and the beans. So that’s what we ordered. The ribs were really more of a super tender and very tasty pork chop and the beans were the best. The ribs were served with a very good sauce with lots of garlic served on the side. When I asked if someone would sign my book they were all interested in the book. When the cashier ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking