Extended Stay America - Tulsa - Central
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Golf Course
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... and ate our lunch looking out over the lake. We saw a bald eagle fly by; they have a nest nearby. We chatted up a bunch about our shared interest in re-modeling houses. It was good to really catch-up, as I had only seen Cindy for an hour last trip out this way.
We are off to dinner tonight to the Brook. I had a ...
Arrive in Broken Arrow before Cindy and her hubby, John, got home from work, so I gassed-up, washed the Jeep, and went in search of Wal-Martians at the local store.
First time I've met John, and I think I scared him when I pulled into the driveway behind him! Finally got to meet him, and they've been married for almost 30 years! Also met their son, Morgan, and his girlfriend, Jessie. ...
... on for a number of years. The flight to San Francisco took most of the day and after stopping in Las Vegas, NV where I got off and wandered around a bit to the toilet and looking at slot machines, I arrived in San Francisco. Taking a cab, I went to The Presidio military post where Wanda’s cousin, Verba Lee Green’s husband, MAJ L. D. Green was the Post Adjutant. The Presidio is located at the southern end of the Golden Gate Bridge and was a historical post. The ...
... be making the trip as is my son Steve. We have applied for and received our Visa's from the Vietnam Consulate in San Francisco, CA with little trouble. The family we will be going back to Vietnam with are Paul and Teresa Pham, Quan and Jacqueline Vo and their daughters Catherine and Caroline. They will leave before Christmas and travel to Hanoi to visit Quan's father before flying to Da Nang where Steve and I will join them. Our plan is to ...
... reliable system that supplies uneven temperatures from room to space. A quality forced-air system would most likely consist of a Coleman two-stage furnace with a variable-speed blower motor. Your home would be separated into numerous zones, I recommend Arzel Zoning Systems, with separate thermostats, and the air would be dispersed through well-sealed, insulated ducts. Oftentimes, such an upgraded hot-air system will certainly still cost less than ...