Hilton Garden Inn Tulsa South
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... to the U.S. on October 15th. We have said all of our "see you laters" and are ready for our vacation. By the way, we greatly appreciate the accommodations provided by the Toombs and airport transfer by the Bosses.
We will update when we can (and have Wi-fi) so check back to keep up with where we are. And we're ...
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 ...
... averages from Kes 30,000 to Kes 50,000. The areas along Namanga highway and closer to the Kitengela township contain a combination of commercial and residential Properties. The rents for these types of Kitengela Apartments in close proximity to the Tarmac varies somewhere between Kes 13,000 to Kes 21,000 and would definitely depend primarily on the nearness to Namanga road, the kind of finishing and the size of the condos. The area around Kitengela town ...
So we head strait out of our hotel at 9am to hop on the first train toward the airport. It's not easy taking 50lb bags of luggage up and down 3 flights of stairs at each of the 3 train station we had to go through just to get to the airport. Thank goodness my man is super strong!! We arrived at the airport by 10am, checked in, and headed strait to Starbucks for breakfast. By ...
... 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 ...