Motel 6 Oklahoma City- Airport
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Every Motel 6 we stayed at on this trip and last all provided free WIFI to all guests. As a matter of fact every place we stayed at in the last 5 1/2 weeks all provided free wifi. Not happy with a $2.99 charge per 24 hour period. This motel needs to get their attitude corrected and catch up with the times.....!!!!!!!!!!!
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... two young girls working today while most of the staff were in Canada. They were going over each stall with a dust wand, then polishing each stainless steel bar of each stall with a metal pot scrubber and sponge and water. Then they were wiping down each door and stall wall with the sponge and water. Literally everything in the entire barn was spotless. The barn itself was originally built in 1936 and the owner had it entirely refurbished by an Amish ...
Foo fighters, OKC with Brandon! Chesapeake Arena! Went down Tuesday, stayed night, came home Wednesday! Cam stayed with Amy and Kenny. Concert was so good! Section 311, audio not the best, but still a badass concert. Dave Grohl was in a cast, his wheelchair was amazing! Surrounded by speakers, went up and down stage. We didn't ...
... I love all things Western. Cowboys, Indians, their history, their stories and things related thereto fascinate me so little wonder a side trip to Totem Pole Park goes without question. In mind too was Totem Pole Park in Ketchikan, Alaska that we had visited several years ago. Well, what a disappointment. In the fort place, this was not a park of Totem Poles carved by Indians but rather by an artist who had a love for all things Indian. Thank goodness it was only four ...
... from the hotel, all of a sudden was a big sign saying that the road was closed and the bridge ahead was out. There was a detour to OK-81N. Great, the Garmin wasn't sure what to do with all this, so we followed the detour signs to see where they would take us. Finally they turned onto OK-51, and the Garmin seemed to know what to do from there. We lost about an hour travel time, but we were early for the hotel anyway.
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... friends who have traveled there I think the latter is the truth. After wandering around Bricktown, what looks like it could be a fun area, we visited the memorial site of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. We then got lost trying to find where we parked the car, lucky for us the city isn't too big and our car stands out. There was some interesting architecture and street artwork ...