EconoLodge

100 SW 26th Dr., Norman, Oklahoma, 73069, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 100 SW 26th Dr., Norman, is near Riverwind Casino, Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, and Legends Lobby at the Barry Switzer Center.
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Travel Blogs from Norman

Day Nine Wednesday 3rd September 2014 Oklahoma

A travel blog entry by michellejo86 on Sep 03, 2014

6 photos

... the middle of an Oklahoma campsite cooking the good old English dish of sausage and mash ha! Tea seemed to go down a treat, cured any homesickness specially since we had lumpy mash my mums speciality ha ha! Tonight we are just chilling round the camp. Me and Sofia sat on my blanket stargazing and talking a about life, decided to have an early one tonight as tomorrow is going to be a long day exploring the old Route 66 cannot wait :) nighty night ...

Oklahoma City - The Big Friendly Town

A travel blog entry by glen_linda on Aug 17, 2014

20 photos

... the Stadium, the National Cowboy Museum & Western Heritage Museum and Remington Park Horse Racing and Casino

The Scottish Rite Masonic Temple in Guthrie OK - A MUST SEE

There is so much to do in OK City that if you get bored it's your own fault. We've been here several times over the years and love visiting as often as we can.

Next stop ...Amarillo Texas!





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Such a Fine Sight to See

A travel blog entry by 4memorieswego on Aug 04, 2014

1 comment, 27 photos

... stand the test of time. The new owner has invested in a new "Midpoint" sign with a self portrait stand. Many of its contemporaries are long gone, like the town of Two Guns and Twin Arrows. Twin Arrows is not longer a town; it’s now a big fat casino. Too bad.

That’s another change we saw on the road – a lot more casinos, owned by Native American tribes, of course. If it helps the Native Americans achieve a better life, so be ...

Oklahoma City

A travel blog entry by kal4620 on Apr 06, 2014

... one of the 3 high speed slides. I pretended to like the less thrilling ride like the Lazy river because if I didn't Ella would go crazy. Now after cooling off we head to the Cowboy museum. On display were uniforms of the American cowboys and the weapons the cowboys used to carry. I learnt a lot of information. Sadly its time to go and head to Brazil in south ...

Oklahoma!

A travel blog entry by nancy8895 on May 20, 2012

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we left Ft. Worth early on Sunday a bit dispirited. most of the USDAA Regional Competition requires a dog partner - each dog runs separately but their point totals are combined. Ginger found a partner through a dog friend in Dallas. Even though Sandra/Cruiser and Ginger/Delilah were having mediocre results Ginger was looking forward to running Delilah one more day. However, due to ...