Hampton Inn & Suites Tulsa-Woodland Hills 71st-Memorial
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Getting final preparations done... Emailed buddies in China, practiced the "Chicken Dance", and ready to meet at the airport on Friday morning!
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... and we had a splendid time teaching him to play bowls, and even went over to the park. It was so nice to be able to play outside with him and just get worn out being chased around. By the end of the day I think we may have successfully worn him out too!
However, the day was far from over! At five it was time to go to the BOK Center in Tulsa and see us some Monster Trucks! Hayley ...
... us about Cherokee culture and society. He described how and what the tribesmen and women would trade (deer hides and baskets mainly) in exchange for pots, cloth and hunting tools. In Cherokee culture all material possessions belong to the women, including the house and everything in it. The women of the Cherokee villages enjoyed as much freedom as one could wish for in a society such as theirs -- and certainly more than the English women in the nearby colonies. They were included ...
... do tease poor Miss Rowe mercilessly, thankfully she seems to take it in her stride. Or she’s silently plotting her revenge for when we least expect it…
My evening was spent lost in Plants vs Zombies, a totally daft game I found on my laptop and when I finally extracted myself from its addictive grasp it was time to sleep. So will Nashville on in the background I got all cosy and had a nice early ...
Jess, The Nista/ Salerni/ Prosser, Hollywood connection, took Newt and me to downtown LA to a special little gem. It was located on the edge of "the rough part of town." (we definitely were not in Kansas anymore)
Coles has the atmosphere. It reeks of vintage cool from the days of prohibition. There is even a secret escape route from its former Speak Easy Days. This is where we met and ate ...