BEST WESTERN PLUS Tulsa Inn & Suites
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Getting final preparations done... Emailed buddies in China, practiced the "Chicken Dance", and ready to meet at the airport on Friday morning!
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... 8217;m going to go moisturise my bingo wings then we can be on our way!" and so we were. We even managed to park with no issues and had time for some dinner in Naples Flatbread before heading over to watch the destruction.
Monster Trucks is just what you’d expect. Loud, insane and completely mad, but so much fun. What’s not to love about giant trucks doing tricks and smashing stuff ...
For perhaps the first time since we've been in Oklahoma we actually had a plan for the day! The weather was much better and so we could happily go out and do an outdoor activity, and I wanted to take the others to the Cherokee Heritage Center. I have been there twice before, but I really loved it and think it is well worth visiting. There is so much to learn there, and they make it really fun and interactive, so prepare yourselves readers for yet another educational blog post. ...
I hear puppies!
I woke up to the unmistakable sound of dogs running around, so knew that Fred and Daphne were here! That of course meant that Mik and Aunty Di both have snow days again. Fair enough since there was still a lot of snow on the ground at seven this morning, but it had all melted by lunchtime. Not complaining though since it meant we had a fun day of playing with Mik and the puppies!
... century twenty percent of Iceland's population emigrated to Canada and the USA.
In the 1960s and 70s there was a dispute between Iceland and the UK over fishing grounds, known as the "Cod Wars".
The population of Iceland reached 300,000 in the year 2006.
Soccer is Iceland’s favourite team game
Icelandic, the language, belongs to the Germanic language family that includes German, Dutch and all the Nordic languages ...