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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... some breakfast.
Guenther has the news on and we see the damage left by the tornadoes last night in Oklahoma City. The damage from the winds and rains is very extensive and we are grateful that we are so far away! We have never dealt with this kinds of weather phenomenon and really don’t want to.
I head into town to find some Wi-Fi. Today is my Mother’s birthday so I want to give her a call on Skype and talk to her. I also have to book some ...
... Steak Ranch. Teddy decided against the 72 oz challenge but we all enjoyed some good ole Texan steaks and grub. We then headed thru Oklahoma and decided to keep on truckin to the Arkansas border so that we can get to Memphis earlier tomorrow. We wound up at another walmart. Not ...
We awoke this morning in Albuquerque and Laurie and I were discussing our options. We wanted to see more of Route 66 on the way....but are staring down this big storm that is supposed to rumble through here. We figured make Oklahoma City by the time the storm hits and stay until it's safe to travel again. The weather called for ice, and an "unknown" amount of snow on top of it. Couple this with the fact that it's supposed to be a high of ...
Hello everybody back home, and everywhere else, Vassily here again.
Today we went from Rolla (pronounced Ro'Lah) in Missouri to Muskogee (Mus-Koh-Gee) in Oklahoma. The distance was supposed to be 318 miles but it was a little bit more due to us taking a slight unexpected detour in the afternoon (wrong turning) which bumped another 12 miles on the route.
I had a lay-in as my few meagre possessions were spread between Dave's and LJ's luggage - ...
Left Tucumcari 830 and 40 miles later were in Texas and had lost an hour from mountain to central time. Trip across panhandle was 180 miles. After desert and scrub land of Arizona and New Mexico, Texas very green with lot of farms including some very large fields of corn and a lot of grain elevators Forty miles west of Amarillo row of wind ...