Travel Blogs from Oklahoma City
... looked and smelled very good. If you have children with you they have an interactive section for them to get "hands on" experiences.
Then it was off to Cattlemen's for a T-Bone. No trip to OKC is complete without a visit to this restaurant founded in 1910. The food and service were great!
... for dinner, with an Applebee’s on the horizon. Service was a bit off, but the staff was apologetic. We believe we had a newer, or should we say, inexperienced waitress. God bless her, she was trying, but seemed to be overwhelmed. We got our food, we ate, and we were off, no harm done.
It was dark now, and we were coming into Shamrock, Texas. Perfect. There was an old gas station that we missed on our 2009 trip that we wanted to see, and ...
... and it's such an institution that it would be sad to think of it going under.
Route 66 progresses from Lebanon alongside the Interstate-40 but takes a bit of a detour which takes it very briefly into our third US state (and second of the day), Kansas. The road travels a little over 13 miles in Kansas, not really long enough to make any meaningful assessment of it as a state. However, it does take you past a couple of interesting sights, notably the ...
... two black square arches one for 9.01am a minute before the bomb went off when the city was still at peace and the other at 9.03am the minute after the bomb went off where the city was plunged into despair. There are also bronze chairs set up in 9 rows in the garden representing each victim. Each chair placed in correspondence to the which floor they were killed on. The garden is very quiet and you leave the place with a sense of sadness wondering how ...
Originally, we were going to "end" our trip by going to Austin to see the show Tommy since we are hoping to do that show in another year or so. We pretty much nixed that idea sometime over the last couple of weeks, deciding that we didn't want to spend the money. But, we still liked the idea of driving through Texas and with the loss of Rocky Mountain NP, we decided to go to Waco to visit the Balcones Whiskey Distillery. When we left the hotel this morning, ...
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820 S MacArthur Blvd, Oklahoma City | 2 star motelfrom $47
3030 South Prospect Ave, Oklahoma City | 1 star motelfrom $41
4400 Highline Boulevard, Oklahoma City | 2 star motelfrom $102
311 South Meridian Avenue, Oklahoma City | 2 star motelfrom $55
7601 C.A. Henderson Boulevard (I-240), Oklahoma City | 2 star motelfrom $84
2821 Northwest 39th Street, Oklahoma City | 1 star motelfrom $50
4561 SW 3rd Street, Oklahoma City | 1 star motelfrom $45
2727 West I-44 Service Road, Oklahoma City | 1 star motelfrom $59
12121 North I-35 Service Road, Oklahoma City | 1 star motelfrom $47
820 S Meridian Ave, Oklahoma City | 1 star motelfrom $50
720 South Mac Arthur Boulevard, Oklahoma City | Motelfrom $40
1117 NE 13th St, Oklahoma City | 1 star motelfrom $58