Hyatt Place Tulsa-South/Medical District
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... and we had a splendid time teaching him to play bowls, and even went over to the park. It was so nice to be able to play outside with him and just get worn out being chased around. By the end of the day I think we may have successfully worn him out too!
However, the day was far from over! At five it was time to go to the BOK Center in Tulsa and see us some Monster Trucks! Hayley ...
... a quorum and felt they could make the decision on the townsite for the Cherokee Nation Capital without waiting for the third chief to arrive. The legend does not state which of the three chiefs were not present, but it was believed to have been the White Chief who was late. Our guide gave us a slightly different history behind the name, telling us that the reason it was called “Two is enough” is because traditionally they would require three sources of water to ...
... Instead I have simply put new laces into my boots and will make them last till I get home. Hopefully it’ll be sunny where we’re going over the next few weeks so shouldn’t need them anyway.
Ruth and Alex went arcade gaming while Aunty Di had physio, so when we got back from the mall it was Richard and Mik at home playing outside with the dogs. Tara came over not long after, and then ...
... Miami, Oklahoma - there was an amazing motorcycle museum which was unexpected.
We left an continued on our journey. Between Miami & Narcissa we stuck a section of Route 66, approximately 4 miles long, known as the "nine foot road" or Sidewalk Highway - some of the earliest stretches of Route 66 were constructed only one lane wide because the 1926 state of Oklahoma did not have enough money to build the ...