Alva Review-Courier -

By Matt Patterson
The Oklahoman 

International tourists enjoy Oklahoma stop along Route 66


ARCADIA, Okla. (AP) — The rumble of motorcycles announces the arrival of a group of tourists on a bright early May morning at the Round Barn in Arcadia.

"They're here," one of the barn's staff members said aloud.

Within moments, the silence of an otherwise lazy morning is broken by the sounds of men and women clad in leather, jean jackets and bandannas speaking Czech. They sign the guest book, and circle the barn reading about its 120-year history. Stories about how a man named William Odor cut oak into boards, soaked them and secured them in jigs that bent the boards to form a structure...

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