Comfort Inn Oklahoma City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... across the road is a great steak restaruant. Guess that's lunch/dinner planned.
Our other unscheduled stop is Camping World to get a new portable fridge. Our original portable one has died and we can't survive with just the small Eurovan camper fridge. We had been trying to call Camping World all day. Even got the the 800 number people to try and call and no one could get through. We where ...
Although the title might seem like we had an exciting adventure in Oklahoma City, unfortunately I have misled you. I was excited to see OKC for no particular reason however it was a rather uneventful, unexciting stop. The city was a ghost town at 11am on a Saturday morning, perhaps it was because of the looming tornado threat or maybe it is always quiet. From the reports I have ...
... smiled to myself when i passed that sign. It was fantastic passing a small town called Chelsea and of course I stopped to take a photo. Having just won the premiership it was the least I could do. All you Man U fans Arsenal fans and city fans I am sure you would have done the same. Went from riding in a t shirt to full waterproofs as it poured down. We only missed 3 tornadoes by 24 hours too. 24hours from Tornadoes That's not a song like Tulsa but I would have loved to see ...
Today we started with a visit to the Oklahoma State Firefighters Museum. A dedication to the service men and women who always put the safety and protection of others first. The museum is devoted entirely to the preservation and display of antique fire apparatus and equipment. It contains a remarkable collection of antique gear, dating back to the mid-18th century, and also holds the first fire station ...
... to cross the marina without having to swim, so we were a bit perplexed. We begin to walk inland looking for a bridge but found none. Upon inspection of Google Maps, the marina was in the shape of a giant clover leaf, and we were at the stem. We would have to circumnavigate the clover leaf, which Google Maps said would take about two and a half further hours. Thanks Google Maps, who failed to mention that there was a massive marina that we had to walk ...