Hilton Garden Inn Tulsa South
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... we got to our terminal they were boarding. We had no time to get our tax back on the receipts since the line was so long. The plane was full and we took off at 11:45am. Then landed in Dallas at 9:30pm paris time, but it was actually 2:30pm in Dallas. You can say we might be a little off due to such a big time difference. Once in Dallas we went through customs, got ...
... or we will be staying in Walmart parking lots! I go to McDonalds for the free Wi-Fi. I set up, after purchasing a drink. There seems to be an issue with the connection. I ask one of the employees sitting at another table and they say that it has been down all morning. I ask if there is a public library and get directions to that. I head over and try to book our campgrounds. I can’t get any sites. This is upsetting since I don’t really like Walmart parking lots! I ...
So we are off to a great start, as we checked in we found out their may be a delay to go from Tulsa to Dallas, so now we are going from Tulsa to Chicago then will go from Chicago to Rome. We will arrive in Chicago 30 minutes earlier. However, now that we have an extra 3 hours at the Tulsa airport we are going to grab breakfast with Tommy's bro and sis in law!! ...
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Our tour started in the Trading Post where our ...