Sleep Inn & Suites Goldsby
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... Sofia opted for a raft. Off we set down the slow river, the sun blazing, peace, tranquility and turtles lots of turtles, big ones and teeny cute ones adorable :) Absolutely loved it, Luke decided it would be fun to start a water fight and to be fair it was fun and refreshing. We decided to rescue Hikarou from the raft, he sat on the front of my kayak, Luke then thought it would be fun to splash Hikarou and rock the boat....yes you can guess ...
Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory with over 1,000 plants, beautiful waterfalls and gentle streams.
Myriad Botanical Gardens - 17 acres of green spaces downtown
NBA Professional Basketball team ... Thunder
Frontier City Amusement Park, a Western themed park in the city and the only amusement park in Oklahoma
White Water Bay - water park with 15 attractions on ...
National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. The art starts with all of the famous works: Remington, Russell, Lovell, Brodkin each have their own room displaying their work. Then there are rooms with many different artist's work-many look 3-D with oil painting. Each year an artist is chosen for his outstanding work and another painting is purchased. After looking at all this great ...
... 8217;re happy. God knows they didn’t inherit much in the way of productive land. But those gaudy casinos sure don’t do anything for the landscape.
Speaking of landscape, it is beautiful out there. It’s hard to beat the blue skies, the red earth, the clouds that float parallel to the plateaus. Those wide-open spaces make you feel like you can breathe again.
Cadillac Ranch was our next stop. "Cars" fans will recognize ...
... me the weather was closing in, but I'd got my photo of the hall:
I saw no halls in either Mississippi or Louisiana the next day, but when I turned onto a backroad in Texas one quickly bobbed up as dusk closed in. The town was called Mineola and the hall sat on high ground beside an underpass.
Saturday was finished and I looked towards finding a meeting to attend on Sunday. When I ...