Traveler's Inn & Suites Oklahoma City Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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So if I had to describe day number 275 in one word, it would be 'bloody catastrophe.' We were staying at a beach front RV park, beautiful you would think. It was directly under the flight path of LAX International Airport, so it made for some excellent plane counting – oh yeah, it’s here I should mention that we do that now. Anyway, I’ve veered off track. So we set off into the big bad land of Los Angeles, determined to make it into ...
... 10 in Oklahoma. All destinations have live worship and satellite preaching, except for the home church (which is the one we attended). All churches have a lead pastor, the service starts with a satellite message from Craig Groschel spelling out the cores values of the church, with the mission statement being "we will do anything to win people to Christ except sin". This is followed by four worship songs, professional with dynamic leads and ...
... and Beluga Whale show which was EPIC! Then, a couple hours later, right before closing time, we all went to the Orca (Killer Whale) show, which is a MUST if you're ever in San Antonio, Texas! I was VERY IMPRESSED by the amazing tricks the killer whales would do in response to a SIMPLE arm motion by the trainers!!! Even sitting OUTSIDE the "SOAK ZONE" I still got wet, sitting in the third from back row of bleachers. After the orca show, ...
... we would have loved to have done Route 66 on a big bike. He asked if I'd like to sit on his bike to which my eyes opened Oi Oi "'really? Oh yes please, it would make my day" I straddled that meaty bike with an enormous grin & wiped the seat after I got off. A pleasure to experience. After the bikers roared off into the sunset, we took a nose around the gift shop, signed the guest book and bought a couple of souvenirs of our visit. We also took a look at ...
... down in a mustang, the van experience was still great. We stopped at Oklahoma City park on Route 66 for lunch. Very hot at 35c+ but nice setting for food. On the road soon after we headed to the cowboy museum, this was highlight along the way, everything from paintings of soux Indians to colt pistol on show. Best part was the recreation of a western town will saloon bar and school. Pictures was a must in my cowboy hat. After about 2 hours browsing all the exhibits and buying ...