Fairfield Inn & Suites Bartlesville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... our outside table and chairs for the first time. Just going past QT petrol station where unleaded is $2.99 a gallon. Just a bit cheaper than at home... I guess the beauty of getting closer to the state of Texas? Some of the signs on the highways are a bit hard to understand - we have just come across one that warns not to travel if you are over a certain height (we aren't) and a certain width (we are) but it is unclear as to where ...
Leaving Walmart, Joplin this morning we travelled along Route 66 through Missouri and in to Kansas. There is only 13 miles of R66 in Kansas, so it doesn't take us long to drive through this corner of the state. Along the way we drive through Galena where we caught up with Mater (from the Cars Movie) and some of his friends, then on to Riverton, over the Rainbow Arch bridge, where we stopped for photos, then on to Baxter Springs, the place which inspired the town of Radiator Springs. ...
A morning of another delicious hot breakfast followed by second coats on the paint jobs we started yesterday. We then were given Subway for lunch and since there wasn't much left to be done with the paint crew, I switched groups to help put up the wood siding on another house. I think siding has become my favorite construction project. It's such a team effort-measure, cut, position, nail. And, I got to use a nail gun for the first time today. I felt ...
... of Orange is the New Black. Dinner at another church tonight, it was family night for VBS, so there were so many kids and parents there. We get back to our church and play a massive game of sardines which is basically hide-and-seek but the opposite. So one person hides and then everyone as tries to find that one person. And once you find that person, you hide with them. And this keeps happening and happening and until everyone is packed like sardines. And the last person to find, ...
... felt I had a tour guide with me walking the bridge.
I realised the experience kicks in when you have walked back and into the gift shop and you buy your souvenir postcard. You then feel like a proper tourist! So i forgot to mention i like to collect souvenirs, they remind me of all the good things that have happened in my life. They make me the person i am today and each of them have a story to them.
The day after i found Fishermans Wharf. I didnt ...