Days Inn Norman
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... but to joint the interstates where Hard Rock Cafe was placed, which had been built over the Route 66 going into Tulsa. Art Deco City - We drove to downtown Tulsa to 35th St, and parked up in the Crows Creek car park, a couple of meaty Harley's upfront with an open front diner. It was mid day so ideal time to take ooportunity to feed up. I had onion soup and Andy the $4 crow burger. We were sat next to the couple of bikers, the woman's was the tri-Harley. We ...
I am writing this morning from my home in Edmond, Oklahoma. We are busily make preparations for the road trip we will be starting on as soon as my dad and I are off work this afternoon. I am so very excited!! I can't think of ANYTHING in the entire world I love more than a good road trip with my family. We are big ...
... gotta always be prepared, M'kay!" Diane even got involved and the receptionist called her a hussy! We howled!!
We had a little drive around downtown and uptown Oklahoma. We'd definitely go back!!
It wasn't long until we were back on the 66. We stopped in El Reno to visit Fort ...
... 91 degrees. Frost on the grass in Taos! Clouds/fog hanging over the valley. And, the topography changed as you would expect, forests and winding state roads to plains and fairly straight interstates.
As expected, we have seen our share of construction. One surprise in Texas, speed limit 65 mph in a construction zone! Second time on this trip! We've also saw miles and miles of wind farms! We also saw cattle stockyards...whoever saw so many cows! Prime steak ...
... as well we had a 4x4. However, we ended up following these dirt tracks for abbout an hour and a half, and ended up really lost in all the fields. We did eventually break free, but it was crazy to think that lots of tourists come here to drive the Route, and it still looks like that.
Our route continued to take us on, until we came across some funky looking totem poles, and a massive blue whale. It was sad that it was all in such a bad state, with not many tourists. It ...