Super 8 Ardmore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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Travel Blogs from Ardmore
... we had the opportunity to hear, first hand how her people are regaining their culture and cohesiveness. In the Traditional Village area we discovered what the 'Three Sisters' Festival' is really about: when spring arrives corn is planted out, 4 kernels in each mound. When it grows its 1st 2 leaves, climbing beans are planted at its base so they have something to grow upwards on, when these have germinated squash seeds are sown at the base of the corn. ...
... Indiana Dunes was close, if you say fast or whisper it, it sounds like Indiana Jones so it must be cool. Although neither of us had ever heard of it we thought we'd chance the 20 mile detour for a look. I'm very glad we did. It's a lovely little town on the banks of Lake Michigan. We parked up and went down to the beach. Obviously you can't see the other side of the lake and the only giveaway you're not looking out into an ocean is the lack of waves. ...
... far (or we took a wrong turn!). Went over a long fishing bridge with a few fisherpeople present. Walked back and then went to the pool to cool off - very refreshing. Then we walked down by the floating cabins (not part of the state park). First we walked out on a very rickety wooden dock, and saw 55 gallon drums in the water and on the shoreline - not very picturesque. As we walked ...
... casino, but not right at it. So we wound up in Thackerville, OK.
Getting to Oklahoma was a challenge. Just north of Temple, I-35 was virtually shut down because of an incident some 12 miles up the road. It took an hour and 20 minutes to do those 12 miles! By the time we got to Thackerville we'd been on the road over 7 hours. We were so glad to finally get there we weren't even remotely interested in unhooking the toad and going ...
... here, back in the 1930's the Dust Bowl came through and had a huge impact on the area, Custer County was named for General George A. Custer [but Arapaho is the county seat], and Oklahoma is the only state that produces Iodine! And of course, Oklahoma is one of our leading oil producing states, one in six living here are employed by the petroleum industry.
The Chickasaw National Recreation Area began as our 7th National Park in ...