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- Car rentals
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... in Oklahoma City by collecting a Chinese takeaway from a nearby restaurant to hopefully enjoy in our room with a bottle of Arkansas wine. The food was unfortunately, just as we remembered from our last foray into US Chinese food about fifteen years ago, gloopy, tastless and maybe the blandest offering of the trip so far. It was so different to the food we get at home and that we had eaten in Asia that it makes you wonder how it can be ...
... act. I have been to Ground Zero and though Oklahoma was in a smaller scale the losses and magnitude of change to their lives are the same.
The Christmas season has always brought on a mixture of emotional feelings but after spending the day in this museum I realized what I want for Christmas.
I will ...
... now we have a proper map.
We are now in a Rodeway Inn in Ardmore. It's not a Route 66 icon like the others but it is cheap and cheerful and ideally located for us to head south to Dallas, Texas tomorrow. Dallas is not on Route 66, in fact it's a major detour but we can't come this close without checking it out. We will take the exact same road back and rejoin 66 at the exact same spot we left it. We've just ordered a pizza delivery and soon we'll be off to bed, ready for Texas tomorrow.
Finding the Lincoln Bridge within the Chickasaw National Recreation area has been a captivating thought since first observing this U.S. Mint quarter from 2011. The U.S. Mint has chosen famous landmarks within the National Parks and Recreation Areas from all the States to show off to us our heritage. Some are mountains, some are parks, and some are individual "things", such as this Lincoln's Bridge. For me, it was a primary "goal" ...
... got more and more frequent. Eventually it started to rain a little but nothing too bad. Then all of a sudden the heavens opened up and it was like we were in a shower but the water was EVERYWHERE. WE had to drive about 20 mph so that we didn't skid and also because we simply couldn't see very far. After about 100 miles of slow driving and horrible rain it started to slow down a little bit. Sam continued to power through this drive ...