Super 8 Tulsa
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I made Juan drive through downtown Tulsa. Nuff said. >.<
Lookit the cool truck!
Ian has gone out exploring in Tulsa, Oklahoma, while Mom is resting beside the pool and catching a few rays. Will not be going on the road until tomorrow......just travel Route 66 and take in some sights along the way. No pictures today.......you really DO NOT want to see me in my bathing suit. ...
... hip Blue Dome district (more on Tulsa's shocking level of hip culture to come) for some beyond-excellent tacos from El Guapo's. It should be noted with the increasing proximity of the Mexican border as we travel southward, the potential for authentic and high-quality Mexican food should grow exponentially.
Despite a massive cricket infestation, the city looked beautiful at night and surprised ...
... hot. Morning tea today is in transit. Cold drinks and tomato and cheese on crackers all prepared while motoring along old Route 66. Next stop is in Carthage. This is a pretty little town . It's claim to fame besides being on Route 66 is its City Hall, Whee Bridge and a number of beautiful historical houses. We have lunch at Iggy's cafe which is a 20 year old diner which has been furnished in the style of the 60's. its pretty cool and the food is good. From here we ...
... who have replicated everything to how it had been before it became so run down and derilict (hard to imagine). The original Wurlitzer organ was fab and the beatuy of the place was unbelieveable! For lunch we stopped just outside Tulsa city, at one of the few remaining true Route 66 diners. I enjoyed a fried chicken sandwich. It also has one of the original road signs above a historic memory stand. After lunch we travelled ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking