Doubletree Hotel Tulsa-Downtown
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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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