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Ian has gone out exploring in Tulsa, Oklahoma, while Mom is resting beside the pool and catching a few rays. Will not be going on the road until tomorrow......just travel Route 66 and take in some sights along the way. No pictures today.......you really DO NOT want to see me in my bathing suit. ...
... its progressive urban culture. However, out of the proverbial gas, we turned in for the night--ready for another colossal road day on Saturday--this time deep into the (northern) heart of Texas. The chirping of crickets, long a symbol of summer stasis, has taken on a more Hitchcockian vibe here in Tulsa...may we awaken from our sleep unharmed by this biblical pestilence. And may the breakfast bar be plentiful.
... Liz and I are in the 'office' sourcing accommodation which I must say is a trial trying to find somewhere away from the train lines and major highways. We settle for Cherry Hill Park and hope for the best. We have our customary Walmart stop to get the requirements for Tacos for dinner. Yes Holly that was Dad's choice! Cherry Hill is a quiet,large RV park and largely residential. It's quiet, it's clean and hot. Thank goodness that Harvey has Air con. Goodnight Harvey ...
... who have replicated everything to how it had been before it became so run down and derilict (hard to imagine). The original Wurlitzer organ was fab and the beatuy of the place was unbelieveable! For lunch we stopped just outside Tulsa city, at one of the few remaining true Route 66 diners. I enjoyed a fried chicken sandwich. It also has one of the original road signs above a historic memory stand. After lunch we travelled ...
... Miami, Oklahoma - there was an amazing motorcycle museum which was unexpected.
We left an continued on our journey. Between Miami & Narcissa we stuck a section of Route 66, approximately 4 miles long, known as the "nine foot road" or Sidewalk Highway - some of the earliest stretches of Route 66 were constructed only one lane wide because the 1926 state of Oklahoma did not have enough money to build the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center