Posts Tagged ‘Midwest Road Trip: Texas through Oklahoma’

Travel Guides:A real sugar shack: POPS on Oklahoma’s Route 66

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Research destination guides, get inspirational world travel guide recommendations, see photos, videos, trip plans, and more here.Over 500 different kinds of soda (pssst….the staff told me to get the Dang! Butterscotch Root Beer.) Pick out a sampler six-pack (or more) of cold sodas. Great burgers in the diner. The shake that I got with my burger was spoon-thick. Ridiculously futuristic and cool architecture,

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World Travel:History class is in session at the Cherokee Strip Museum’s Rose Hill School

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An travel guide providing unbiased hotel reviews, destination guides, cruise reviews, flight information and much more.The teacher’s voice was clear and firm:  ”No, sir, I’m afraid that is incorrect. You may step down and take a seat.” It was a spelling bee in progress at the Rose Hill School, an historic one-room schoolhouse built in 1895, but now located behind the small

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World Travel Guides:A Route 66 Oklahoma landmark: Johnnie’s onion burger in El Reno

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Online Traveling Journal with Free Advice and Guides on Travel, Hotels, Bed and Breakfast, Lodging and more. Articles and tips on travel and travel accommodations.While blasting north through Oklahoma enroute a speaking engagement, I saw on my map that I was passing through tiny El Reno, OK (located on historic Route 66.) The town has three different places listed in one of my favorite references, Jane and Michael Stern’s Roadfood. I

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Travel Guides:Family travel in Oklahoma: the 50 state series

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Online Traveling Journal with Free Advice and Guides on Travel, Hotels, Bed and Breakfast, Lodging and more. Articles and tips on travel and travel accommodations.Every Tuesday (this week I got a little behind so it’s Wednesday) until we run out of states, I plan to post about family-friendly vacation ideas, attractions and events in each one of the US states, taking input mostly from Twitter and Facebook.Yes, I know how to search for

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