Luxury Inn and Suites

Address: 1401 Elm Place, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, 74012, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1401 Elm Place, Broken Arrow, is near Blue Bell Ice Creamery.
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Travel Blogs from Broken Arrow

Arriving in Oklahoma & the Tulsa State Fair

A travel blog entry by tigger252 on Oct 09, 2015

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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 ...

Tulsa - Oklahoma

A travel blog entry by darienzoitberg on Oct 01, 2015

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... pesymistyczne zalozenia, mniej niz optymistyczne ( pesymistyczne zazwyczaj mieszcza sie w granicach zera ). Dzisiejszy dzien cos we mnie zmienil. Pomimo bycia w wielkiej niewiadomej ucze sie tym specjalnie nie przejmowac. Przestalem snuc czarne wizje. W pewnym sensie to zmiana mojego charakteru, gdyz normalnie przejmuje sie najmniejszymi pierdolami ...

Iceland 2015, 2.0!!

A travel blog entry by daviswelchtrip on Aug 23, 2015

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Our goal in the winter was to see the Northern Lights which were much more elusive than we dreamed they would be. But - - - we saw them and they did not disappoint. Our goal this time is to drive The Ring Road. This is Hwy 1 - the 832 mile road that goes all the way around Iceland. The trip around the island will take eight days with fun stops along ...

Tulsa Route 66

A travel blog entry by traveltheroad on Aug 16, 2015

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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 ...


A travel blog entry by zaileia on Mar 06, 2015

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... 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 ...

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