Comfort Suites Central/I-44
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... to the residence is by way of Athi River EPZ road that is about 500m just before getting to Kitengela township. Homes in this area of Kitengela have higher occupancy and are a mix of condos and standalone houses. Flats in Kitengela EPZ would rent out between say Kes 13,000 to Kes 22,000 depending upon the location plus quality of finishing. The standalone homes in this area would most likely rent anywhere between Kes 30,000 and Kes 50,000 being dependent ...
... switched it over onto another belt so it would make it home and off we went at 5:30pm to T town after a 2 hour layover and a small delay due to weather. I can officially say we have landed in Tulsa and have our luggage! It's feels good to be home :) Thank you everyone who followed our blog. We love you all and were so happy to take you along on this wonderful journey of ours ...
We arrive at Rocky Point very late, around 9:00. Traffic was good but the signage for this park was not. We ended up going around in circles for about an hour. It is raining and not the most pleasant of evenings. We finally get to our site and hook up. There is time for coffee and a sandwich and then off to bed. We have thunderstorms and lightening all night. Our motor home is very weather tight, so we are safe and dry!
After a restless night we get up and the rain has ...
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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