Clarion Hotel Tulsa - Broken Arrow
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... so we could not have carried on any further with it in our eye line. As we pulled back onto Route 66' in centre of Claremore, Oklahom. Spotted on the corner was a quaint looking motel, called the 'Elms Motel'. We had to u turn at the next junction to go back to it. We pulled up to the 'reception cupboard' which the door was locked, at first I thought there would be no room at the inn again. But a doddery lady came to unlock & said she didn't realise. We checked ...
... to run on sensible decisions and polite drivng. Awesome. A fun stop this afternoon was in Catoosa to see the Giant Blue Whale, once a theme park, now being slowly restored after being unused for some time. The whale and the theme park was developed by a guy that was for years The water in the late (where ppeole once swam) is not looking too healthy and had turtles and water snakes in it. Locals were fishing off the whate (it is a fish and release ...
... show. Must be about the most famous person in town ! Leaving Baxter Springs we drove about a mile and then went in to Oaklahoma. We didn't know we have crossed the border until we realised the next town we passed through (Quapaw) was in OK. That is when we thought "Toto, I don't think we are in Kansas anymore"... Through Commerce, then Miami (my-am-uh), Vinita (cool 66 murals - was supposed to have largest McDonalds but disappointing) so on we drove to The Ed Galloway's Totem Pole ...
Today was a nice day. Since the venue was an arena, load in / load out went smoothly. Building the Main LED screen was nice because it was just myself and two others. (John and Tom, both of which are from PRG Nocturne). It is much quieter, with less error when we are able to slow down and do it right. We were not fighting to see or communicate with each ...
... more green color and beautiful trees. We'd almost forgotten how much we love Oklahoma. Frankly, we're a bit tired of sand and cactus. And now we can breathe again too. These past several days have left our sinuses dried like Fritos! Even the high humidity in OK seems like a breath of sweetness to us (well, for a day or two at least). LOL!
We pulled into the drive about 1:30PM, having racked up 3,260 miles in 20 days! ...