Tulsa Extended Stay Inn & Suites
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Hi everyone! As you know I am leaving for China on Tuesday and I wanted to create this blog so that everyone can see what I have been doing while I'm there. I am super excited!!! Thank you all for your support and your prayers while I am away! I am going to try and blog at least 3 times a week. Enjoy!!!! ...
... and took M'Kayla to school. When we got back to the house John was ready to take us to the Will Rodgers museum. Then we went to see his birthplace, which was a beautiful old house that overlooked Lake Oolagah.
After we got back home we went to Walmart to pick up groceries and get Victoria's oil changed. We got home and M'Kayla was back from school and John had the horses saddled up and was getting them ready for riding. Mel, M'Kayla, and I went ...
Here was another major metropolis that I struggled to get through, taking a few wrong turns here and there but weaves my way out of it and into Sepulpa which was a great relief, I think I may need to acquire a GPS or Tom Tom for the next time I plan on doing anything like this hahahaha. It has been an adventure trying to wing it that's for sure, it has been more fun than it has been ...
... lot of traffic. We had lunch at the Pancake Hut in Carthage and ate the state dish, chicken fried steaks. We took a turning for Catoosa, but it turned out to be a red herring so we missed the Blue Whale landmark. We did find our hotel at Broken Arrow, just south of Tulsa without any trouble though. It had a lively bar with cheap beer. Having had a filling lunch, we ate gas station snacks in our room as it was far too late to get a meal ...
... billboards. Tulsa, is not the world's most exciting city either. We stayed in a nice hotel right in downtown Tulsa, and on a Friday night we could look out our window at the streetlights turning from red to green and back again with absolutely no traffic. Yvette pointed out that most empty cities are also a little scary, but that this was not the case in Tulsa. It was empty without being scary.
We did manage ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed