Country Inn & Suites By Carlson Tulsa Central
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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and only $56 for the 3 of us. Close to lots of food, Route 66 and the Hwy.
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After bumming around on 3C for a couple days saying my goodbyes, it was finally time to head west. It was an early morning today (Wednesday Feb 4th) and Max, Ryan, and I departed TU around 7:30. Breakfast consisted of peanut ************ers from some goodie bags my grandma gave us. Thanks grandma! A couple hours of songs and a few podcasts later, we landed in St. Louis, the gateway to the ...
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