Econo Lodge Airport

Address: 11620 East Skelly Drive, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74128, United States | 2 star motel
 
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This 2 star motel, located on 11620 East Skelly Drive, Tulsa, is near Route 66, Tulsa Air and Space Museum, Big Splash Water Park, and Expo Square.
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Travel Blogs from Tulsa

Cold day here in Broken Arrow!

A travel blog entry by sanditravel on Jan 09, 2015

... and ate our lunch looking out over the lake. We saw a bald eagle fly by; they have a nest nearby. We chatted up a bunch about our shared interest in re-modeling houses. It was good to really catch-up, as I had only seen Cindy for an hour last trip out this way.

We are off to dinner tonight to the Brook. I had a ...

Old friends are like old jeans-always comfortable

A travel blog entry by sanditravel on Jan 08, 2015

... stuff!

Arrive in Broken Arrow before Cindy and her hubby, John, got home from work, so I gassed-up, washed the Jeep, and went in search of Wal-Martians at the local store.

First time I've met John, and I think I scared him when I pulled into the driveway behind him! Finally got to meet him, and they've been married for almost 30 years! Also met their son, Morgan, and his girlfriend, Jessie. ...

The trip begins!

A travel blog entry by vietnamreturn on Dec 27, 2014

... and heat and humidity were very strong and so very strange to me. We were transported and bussed in busses with wire screened windows to prevent a grenade from being tossed inside and killing us all. We went to Camp Alpha, so named because it was the very first place replacement military stayed in Vietnam. Sleep the rest of the night was impossible because of the sounds of jets, artillery and soft rain on the tin roof or the open screened huts with almost 50 men in two layered bunk ...

Return to Vietnam after 49 years.

A travel blog entry by vietnamreturn on Dec 09, 2014

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... Da Nang for about 5-6 days and visit the area to include several schools and orphanages in Hue where their foundation has installed water filtration systems.  We plan to drive to Hue from Da Nang with them via Highway 1 which will go over the Hi Van Pass which I flew over many times on my second tour to Vietnam in 1970-71.  We will all fly to Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) City for a week where we plan to see the sights including a visit to Bien Hoa where I was stationed with the ...

Hydronic Vs Forced Air Heating and Cooling

A travel blog entry by trip76glenn on Dec 03, 2014

... comfy than forced-air heat. Considering that the normal hydronic system is substantially more expensive than the normal hot-air system, specifically if cooling is consisted of, this is an apples-to-oranges comparison. Customers going to purchase a quality hot-air system, as opposed to a bare-bones plan at the lowest price, will certainly find that forced hot air can be as comfortable as hydronic heating. Sadly, if the heating unit is warm water and ...