Extended Stay America - Tulsa - Central
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Golf Course
- Free parking
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We have officially begun our adventure to China. The Tulsa group: Mr. Burnett, Ms. Alisa Dougless, Taylor, Audrey, Sami, Fares, Megan, Skylar, Alice, Gena, Sam, Sophie, Adeylnn, and Sydney met at 6:30 am. We took pictures, said our good byes and boarded the plane to meet up with Max, Ryan, and Frances from Dallas, and Victor, Megan, and Nathan from the OKC area. See you all in ...
... to the U.S. on October 15th. We have said all of our "see you laters" and are ready for our vacation. By the way, we greatly appreciate the accommodations provided by the Toombs and airport transfer by the Bosses.
We will update when we can (and have Wi-fi) so check back to keep up with where we are. And we're ...
... through downtown Tulsa as neither of us had seen this city before. If only I had my camera/s ready to catch some of the Historic Rte 66 sights, but they are plentiful so maybe that saves me time from posting about more - hahaha.
I did get some footage of the Arkansas River that runs through Tulsa - very pretty.
... Zone being certainly the most liked for those people who may need ease of driving to Nairobi and also supply of fresh drinking water. The Athi River Export processing Zone has more fresh water than it can use up and it has actually been supplying the majority of Kitengela Areas. Their water piping infrastructure is more established in the parts of Kitengela EPZ area. The Kitengela EPZ area habitants also avoid the normal traffic congestion in Kitengela ...
... plates of America and Eurasia are slowly spreading apart. A huge rift runs through the country from southwest to northeast, disappearing and surfacing by turns, where the plates are heading in different directions. So although Iceland is geographically and culturally part of Europe, half of it lies on the American plate, and is moving westwards at an estimated 1-2 cm a year. At the ancient parliament site of Thingvellir, which lies on this rift, you can stand on the edge ...