The Ambassador Hotel OKC

Visiting OKC and staying midtown at the Ambassador on walker st. Great room took a corner suite at $300 AUD A NIGHT. Cracker room and even better views from the seventh floor O Bar. Had a couple of Cervera Beers and now a Cab Sav and a combo plate of cheese and cold meats with … Continue reading The Ambassador Hotel OKC

WESTERN AND SOUTHERN STATES USA

Travelling south from Phoenix where I will spend the first day, picking up a Cadillac from Alamo Car Rentals, staying at the Best Western in Phoenix, do some shopping and settle in for a good rest. Heading off to the Boneyard Tour at the USAF Base in Tuscon after a visit to the PIMA Air … Continue reading WESTERN AND SOUTHERN STATES USA

Amarillo Texas

I arrived in Amarillo expecting a bustling lively metropolis, what I found was a city that is from the outside decaying. The entire entertainment strip was deserted and like a ghost town. There are crumbling buildings, vacant building blocks and from what I could discern either homeless people or street wanderers. I stayed at the … Continue reading Amarillo Texas

Amarillo Texas

I arrived in Amarillo expecting a bustling lively metropolis, what I found was a city that is from the outside decaying. The entire entertainment strip was deserted and like a ghost town. There are crumbling buildings, vacant building blocks and from what I could discern either homeless people or street wanderers. I stayed at the … Continue reading Amarillo Texas

Jeffersen Davis White House Alabama

The First White House of the Confederacy in Montgomery, Alabama was the first official residence of the President and his family. The second White House of the Confederacy is a gray stuccoed neoclassical mansion built in 1818 by John Brockenbrough, who was president of the Bank of Virginia. Designed by Robert Mills, Brockenbrough’s private residence was built in early nineteenth century … Continue reading Jeffersen Davis White House Alabama

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