Holiday Inn Express Broken Arrow
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... in its own way complete with its own signed water tower. The diner has run outta 'biscuits' for breakfast. When we asked the server what a biscuit was she very sharply responded 'you don't know what a biscuit is? A biscuit is a biscuit....' Hopefully we'll get to try one in the next town. Overtaken by a GMC pickup and poking out the back of the flat bed...Elk ...
Dzisiejszy dzien to pierwszy dzien mojego autostopowania po dwoch tygodniach komfortu. Z tej okazji nagralem dla Was film, ktory przy najblizszej mozliwosci wrzuce na maila. Spie przy autostradzie w namiocie. Nade mna sa piekne gwiazdy a w okolicy wysoka roslinnosc i troche boje sie co w niej zyje. Dzisiaj przejechalem calkiem sporo, wiecej niz ...
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This may sound silly, but the reason we initially fell in love with Iceland is we saw this quirky little movie called, "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty." It's this sleeper little movie with Ben Stiller, Sean Pean, and ...
We left Tulsa today to start our adventure on Route 66 after a quick trip to Catoosa to see the whale we came back to see the sights of Tulsa. There are several neon signs and some Art Deco buildings. One of these bushings is the blue some gas ...
... American recreated village is, so we got there around 12:30 in the end.
The Cherokee Heritage Center comprises of two recreated villages, one traditional and one post removal, and a museum detailing the forced emigration of the Native American’s to what is now Oklahoma. In the 1830’s the Cherokee Nation, which comprised of more than 16,000 men, women, and children, was removed from their lands in the South-eastern United States to the Indian Territory ...