Econo Lodge Tulsa Airport

11620 East Skelly Drive, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74128, United States
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Go to Discoveryland Oklahoma,...

by jayhawk

Go to Discoveryland Oklahoma, the official home of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, “Oklahoma!” The BBQ is average, but the musical is excellent. Come early for the Indian dancing and country music floor show. The theater is outside, so wear bugspray and pray for a breeze. Don't miss the strawberrys and ice cream.

Performance Times
6:00 p.m.: Park Opens
6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.: Barbecue Dinners
7:30 p.m.: Western Musical Revue
8:00 p.m.: OKLAHOMA!
Mon-Thurs Fri-Sat
Adults: $14.95
Seniors: $14.95
Children: FREE All Seats Reserved. For Tickets, call: (918) 245-OKLA
or write:
DiscoveryLand! Tickets
5529 S. Lewis
T ulsa, Oklahoma 74136

Discoveryland! is located 10 miles west of downtown Tulsa. From I-97, go 5 miles west on 41st Street. Tulsa is not the most exciting place to visit, but it is a great place to live. The city is clean and has a small town feeling to it.

Best Coneys in the World!

by caminoreal about Coney I-Lander(s)

Throughout the United States there are cities where coneys -- hot dogs covered with chili and maybe cheese and onions -- are a popular dish. And there are cities where coneys aren't popular.
Tulsa is definitely a Coney Town! We have dozens of restaurants and local chains specializing in coneys.
I love 'em. I've eaten coneys at Coney Island, in three boroughs of NYC, in Cincinnati and in other cities, but I believe Tulsa's are the best.
And my favorites here are the coneys at the Coney I-Lander restaurants, of which there are about half a dozen in Tulsa.
The chili is to die for, and a tray loaded with three "loaded" coneys (chili, cheese, mustard and onions, doused with a liberal sprinkling of cayenne pepper) is like a little piece of heaven. The chili-covered tamales are good. So is just a straight bowl of chili. But the coneys are what it's all about.
Yumm! I believe I'll go get some now.

Philtower Building

by mrclay2000

Likewise listed on the National Register of Historic Places is the Philtower Building, built in the late 1920s by Waite Phillips, yet another oil baron who left part of his fortune in the Tulsa skyline (his also lent his name to Phillips 66). The Philtower is interesting in its broad base and high Gothic arched entrance, and its increasingly narrowing highrise until it terminates in something of a sharp apex. The lobby is dressed in Italian marble and suspended lighting fixtures, so like the Mid-Continent Building nearby it is difficult to choose which is more beautiful, the interior or exterior.

X-men Mutant Abilities

by Bounty


Angel or Arcangel is a mutant like all the other Xmen. He can fly by means of natural wings. His wing span is 16 feet. His anotomy is adapted to flying and his bones are hoolow so he weighs a lot les than someone normal his size.


Colossus has the ability to change his skin to an organic, steel like substance, so he can have superhuman strength and a high resistance to bodily harm.


A mutant with the power to absorb energy directed at him, anf fire it out of his hands in concussive blasts


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Address: 11620 East Skelly Drive, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74128, United States