Fairfield Inn & Suites Tulsa Southeast/Crossroads Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... older house that I took pictures of...this was a required stop! Laura, I remember when we were having a garage sale in Farragut (the first and the last we ever had!) you came out and discovered that I had all of your Little House books in a box to sell. I think you were in college at the time and I figured you would be OK with it...was I ever wrong! You set to work like an avenging angel, practically snatching one of the books from the hand of a prospective customer and picked up the ...
... next to the lavatories, so after the first meal, people lined up down the aisle to use them....I had elbows and butts in my face, people knocking down my movie monitor, which was on a movable arm, and worst of all, people glaring at me because my legs were stretched out in the large empty space in front of me where they wanted to stand! But we paid a lot of money for those "upgraded" seats, which means we had paid to have that leg space available to us. Oh yeah....and there ...
... activity involved visiting local schools where they were paired with another student their age. They spent all day with these students, practicing their language, sharing life experiences, learning Chinese pairing and calligraphy, and becoming friends. The highlight was being invited to spend the evening with the family while they prepared a feast for their American guests. The hospitality of the Chinese ...