Red Stone Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... there and immediately liked the room, with a massive Route 66 sign painted over the bed. It was an immediate hit. Out of curiosity we walked to the opposite row of chalets and looked into the windows of the Days Inn, nah not a patch on what we had just seen. Going back and happily booking in, we were finally able to settle down and unpack our essentials for the night, Signal was poor, having problems with their wifi. Having had our first beer of the long day, We ...
I am writing this morning from my home in Edmond, Oklahoma. We are busily make preparations for the road trip we will be starting on as soon as my dad and I are off work this afternoon. I am so very excited!! I can't think of ANYTHING in the entire world I love more than a good road trip with my family. We are big ...
... 5559999 (just an example) FOR DELIVER, CALL NOW" and repeated it (no lie) about 6 times on the trot. Mark lost his temper and shouted SHUT UP!!!!!! Needless to say the advertising is SO aggressive here!
It was time to check out. Again, the staff were simply amazing. Stephen gave us water, fruit and snacks for the ...
... br> - Gas Buddy where we can find out gas prices once we locate the gas station via iExit
- Google search to help us find out information about the places we want to go to
- Waze which tells us about the traffic situation ahead... so we know how long we may be running into traffic congestion
- Google Maps or the GPS on our car - could not get where we want to go without it - we would be in China if not for Google Maps or the car GPS
These apps ...
... did Hicarou's camera. I got some great shots but the sandwich bag didn't do its job. Onwards to camp now which is about hour drive from the river. We arrive at the Cheoke Tulsa camp around about 5pm. Nice flat grass and best facilities greet us. Tulsa as some may recognise is where Chandler from Friends stayed in an episode. Sausage and mash dinner and chilling around the camp was the evenings plan. Nice chilled evening with the anticipation of ...