Extended Stay America - Tulsa - Central
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Early start due to the distance we want to cover today. Leaving Amarillo it's only 56 degrees grey and a tad drizzly. Travelling through the Panhandle of Texas miles and miles of farm land and more wind turbines than you can wave a stick at add to that concrete silos and Texas is everything you'd imagine Texas to be, did I mention the large number of cows?? Found the ...
... pesymistyczne zalozenia, mniej niz optymistyczne ( pesymistyczne zazwyczaj mieszcza sie w granicach zera ). Dzisiejszy dzien cos we mnie zmienil. Pomimo bycia w wielkiej niewiadomej ucze sie tym specjalnie nie przejmowac. Przestalem snuc czarne wizje. W pewnym sensie to zmiana mojego charakteru, gdyz normalnie przejmuje sie najmniejszymi pierdolami ...
I know! We are crazy! But we had such an amazing time in Iceland in February we decided to go back in the summer to see the country without all the snow, ice, and cold! This time of year Iceland is an amazing green and much warmer. It's like the difference of going to mountains during ski season and going in the summer! Same place but two totally different and ...
We left Tulsa today to start our adventure on Route 66 after a quick trip to Catoosa to see the whale we came back to see the sights of Tulsa. There are several neon signs and some Art Deco buildings. One of these bushings is the blue some gas ...
... idea. While in America they had a son, Snorri Thorfinnsson, the first European born in the New World. Gudrid and Thorfinn left America to live on a farm in north Iceland, Glaumbær, and when she was widowed she made a pilgrimage on foot to Rome, becoming the first known female transatlantic traveller and undoubtedly the most widely travelled women for at least the next 500 years.
Ancient Icelandic writings from the 12th century tell how ...