Extended Stay America - Tulsa - Central
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Golf Course
- Meal plan
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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 ...
... into East St. Louis...After we turned around and headed over the Mississippi a third and final time, we parked the car in a parking garage in what looked like the arts district, right on the river with a bunch of old buildings housing shops and restaurants. We then realized that construction was blocking the easy way to get to the Arch, so we took a 20 minute walking detour trying to find the entrance to the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial (place where ...
... salad and two local IPAs. Got back to the "big house" and promptly got sick. Off to bed at 10pm for me!
It was so good to finally meet Cindy's family (after almost 30 years!). Nice clan. I might have to visit them again...
I head out in the a.m. for Santa Rosa, New Mexico where I will spend the night.
... went to the Olive Garden for dinner.
Got back to the house and Cindy dragged out some old photo albums to jog my fading memory of places we went to when we were in high school. God, we looked SO YOUNG! Where has the time gone? Up until after midnight reminiscing. What fun we had...and what secrets we kept!
Cindy took Friday off from work so we could catch-up.
Fun time. Off to bed!
... and heat and humidity were very strong and so very strange to me. We were transported and bussed in busses with wire screened windows to prevent a grenade from being tossed inside and killing us all. We went to Camp Alpha, so named because it was the very first place replacement military stayed in Vietnam. Sleep the rest of the night was impossible because of the sounds of jets, artillery and soft rain on the tin roof or the open screened huts with almost 50 men in two layered bunk ...