I had not been to downtown Tulsa in a long time. After finishing a reunion activity, I walked around a bit. I never realized there were so many churches downtown. Maybe urban renewal has removed some old buildings and they are just more evident now.
Don`t miss the great Thai food!
Really Authentic Thai food at a great Price!
I reccommed the Pad Thai Noodles! Pad Thai Noodles and Green Curry!
It is a little hot but then it is good for your system!
You can have it not so hot if you prefer just let them know!
Remember hot to the Thai is very hot to the Tulsan! Ha Ha!
Boston Avenue Church
Standing almost by its lonesome, this towering portal has all the earmarks of a modern office building, but its age and purpose are apt to surprise. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, construction on the Boston Avenue Church began in the 1920s. Its tremendous highrise and gold trim seem almost irreligious, while its odd faces and technical details -- almost as if drawn on a CAD program -- lend shades of Orwellian influence. This photograph was included to provide an overall picture, but the Tulsa visitor should really make a careful approach and prepare for the incongruous features.
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We live in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This is a great place to be. Small, quiet city, a little laid back, but have all the amenities and places to go.
People here are good-natured, and very warm. So , if there's anyone passing or stopping by Tulsa, let us know.