Cedar Rock Inn
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... quality and location. The Milimani area of Kitengela houses a lot of the top in the society and in this area one can find houses for senior government officials, top businessmen, attorneys and many other professionals. The Plots in this place is mostly quarter acres and has large maisonettes. The Kitengela Plots available for sale around are also somewhat highly-priced. The place is consequently quieter with fewer neighbors. The houses for rent in ...
So we head strait out of our hotel at 9am to hop on the first train toward the airport. It's not easy taking 50lb bags of luggage up and down 3 flights of stairs at each of the 3 train station we had to go through just to get to the airport. Thank goodness my man is super strong!! We arrived at the airport by 10am, checked in, and headed strait to Starbucks for breakfast. By ...
So we are off to a great start, as we checked in we found out their may be a delay to go from Tulsa to Dallas, so now we are going from Tulsa to Chicago then will go from Chicago to Rome. We will arrive in Chicago 30 minutes earlier. However, now that we have an extra 3 hours at the Tulsa airport we are going to grab breakfast with Tommy's bro and sis in law!! ...
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