Rodeway Inn Los Angeles
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... half million acres of water covering this green State; Today with a population of 400,000, Tulsa was first part of Indian territory for the 5 civilized tribes -Choctaw,Cherokee,Muscogee,Chickasaw and Seminole peoples.Then in 1901 all changed; from a Frontier town to a boomtown with the discovery of oil on the banks of the Arkansas river in a small community near Tulsa. In the peak of the oil boom Tulsa was considered the ...
... here they use continental
quilts/comforters and that's too hard to wash at the laundremat. But
of course that's a European thing so even though duvet inners can be
found easily, the covers are proving harder to find. We've sourced
some now though and are getting them sent ahead to San Diego where
we'll be next week.
Scott (Shanna's husband) is going to
teach us the way of the Taco ...
... etc. Currently, there's a pilot from the Red Arrows speaking and a guy speaking on the history of the region (California and Mexico).
Every evening, there is entertainment in the theatre, not that we go to that often. We did see a ...
... centre. It's huge as well (of course!) we had a quick McDonald's in the stadium (I had chicken nuggets - a childhood flashback!) and I took a blue slushie in with us and sat down (another childhood memory!) the game was good and it was a 1-1 draw so they went to sudden shoot offs I think? Anyway the New York Islanders won - they were the much better team to be fair! We got back to our room quite late, drank some prosecco and finally slept :) pooped I think is the right word!! ...
... one another.did you know, the otter hold each others hand when they sleep and rest as too not drift away from one another and be separated. That is so adorable Yes, I did want one of these to bring home also, but they have Massive, sharp teeth and I don't think Fiddy The Wonder cat could save himself from those jaws. After quite a few hours we went back to hotel to sleep. Something we haven't been getting much of. ...