Fairfield Inn Tulsa Central
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Historic Route 66 Tacky Tourist Stop #2:
"The Big Blue Whale". You have a love the first OK Rest Area having a brochure on Route 66 things to see in their state :) When I saw the pic of the Big Blue Whale I knew we needed to pull off of I 44 coming into Tulsa to get photos for Dominic of the whale!
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Ancient Viking language
The Vikings who settled Iceland in the ninth and tenth centuries brought with them their language which has remained basically unchanged ever since. Literacy has been widespread ever since the first sagas were written down in the thirteenth century, and people today can still read them without difficulty. Unlike most western cultures, there are no real dialects ...