Embassy Suites Tulsa - I-44
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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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Well I have a confession to make first off. I woke up at 5:30 this morning with a bad feeling, something was definitely off and I couldn't get back to sleep. So I started going through all the bookings on my phone, and then noticed an irregularity. Somehow I had booked our Amarillo hotel for the 28th March rather than the 8th as required… I have no idea how, but I’m ...
... which is where a chef cooks your meal for you at the table whilst showing off their amazing skills. Our chef was throwing eggs around, catching them in his pocket, tossing rice bowls with his spatula, juggling knifes, setting an onion on fire creating firework sparks… It was amazing! The food tasted fantastic too, really enjoyed our evening there!
We capped off the evening by watching more Jeff Dunham and being introduced to Jose the Jalapeno on a stick. Overall, a great ...
... Instead I have simply put new laces into my boots and will make them last till I get home. Hopefully it’ll be sunny where we’re going over the next few weeks so shouldn’t need them anyway.
Ruth and Alex went arcade gaming while Aunty Di had physio, so when we got back from the mall it was Richard and Mik at home playing outside with the dogs. Tara came over not long after, and then ...
... This Route 66 recommended gem, was located on 11th street in Tulsa, Oklahoma. (Not the fun, touristy part of 11th street, the part three or four miles down, I don't think they have an 8 mile here: however....) The motel had a very nice neon sign.
As Newt checked in, I found it suspicious that the check-in clerk was behind bullet proof glass and used a microphone to communicate. (Where are we, on the subway in New York?). Newt spoke into ...