Knights Inn Oklahoma City
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... 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!
... Now it’s a sign on the restroom saying “No public restrooms, for customers only.”
We are sure this town, which is really just a bump in the road, is tired of getting folks who are looking for what’s left of Route 66 and “Cars” enthusiasts. The new owner is nice, and we really couldn’t judge what the restaurant is like when it’s open, but we’ll keep our fingers crossed that the ...
... our trip.
From Galena, we progressed to Riverton, to the Rainbow Bridge. Ironically, this is a plain white bridge crossing a very small brown trickle of water, and has been bypassed by a new road because of safety concerns. However, Route 66ers can still trundle across it because it's a very historic part of the route, and has some very photogenic Route 66 emblems at either end which rather demand to be captured. So we did, and moved on. Lots of ...
... it was ok to walk in. Then it got hard as the mud stuck to our thongs like cake batter or chocolate. At one point Hinesh's target flip flops kinda broke so he decided to walk in his feet, it looked fun so I copied. Your feet sunk into the mud and it was fun trying to walk around the cars to take photos and try not to stack it (surprisingly we didn't fall on our faces). The cars were completely graffitied on but it was still cool to see them. We wash ...
... water as they want, it tastes really fresh and sweet. After staying 1 night in Hot Springs we made our way to Oklahoma City, about a 5 hour drive away. This has been our longest drive but most of the route was through a national park so it was beautiful and we munched on Pretzel M&M's along the way. I really didn't know what to expect in Oklahoma, from memory I knew about Oklahoma's bombings and had read that city stood in a tornado valley. The land is ...
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