Hilton Garden Inn Tulsa South
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We have officially begun our adventure to China. The Tulsa group: Mr. Burnett, Ms. Alisa Dougless, Taylor, Audrey, Sami, Fares, Megan, Skylar, Alice, Gena, Sam, Sophie, Adeylnn, and Sydney met at 6:30 am. We took pictures, said our good byes and boarded the plane to meet up with Max, Ryan, and Frances from Dallas, and Victor, Megan, and Nathan from the OKC area. See you all in ...
Hello friends and family! We are excited for you to follow along for our 3 month European adventure! We are about to take off on our flight from Tulsa. We change planes in Chicago and then Munich, Germany before our destination of Istanbul, Turkey! For our trip we will be visiting multiple countries through Europe and ...
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!
We stayed on ...
... Zone being certainly the most liked for those people who may need ease of driving to Nairobi and also supply of fresh drinking water. The Athi River Export processing Zone has more fresh water than it can use up and it has actually been supplying the majority of Kitengela Areas. Their water piping infrastructure is more established in the parts of Kitengela EPZ area. The Kitengela EPZ area habitants also avoid the normal traffic congestion in Kitengela ...
... and became synonymous with a native grain that grew in the flat open spaces of east Tennessee. Many believe when the Cherokees first arrived in Indian Territory, the native grasses that grew in the open spaces around the foothills of the Ozarks reminded them of the grassy open areas of Tellico. They called their new home “Di li gwa,” Tah-le-quah or Teh-li-co, “the open place where the grass grows.”
Our tour started in the Trading Post where our ...