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On business in Tulsa

by Giverny July - last edited September

On Business in TulsaAs the second largest city in Oklahoma, Tulsa attracts its fair share of business travellers, but luckily for them, the city manages to combine vibrant metropolitan perks with a hearty helping of hospitality. Take a look at our guide to the top spots to visit when you’re next on business in Tulsa.

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Tulsa: The Start of Route 66

by KyleGoodwin December 2014 - last edited October

Tulsa: The Start of Route 66It’s not often a freeway becomes internationally renowned for its cultural significance, but you’d be hard pushed to find someone who hasn’t heard of Route 66. Take a look a look at our guide to the start of Route 66…and why it’s still worthy of a road trip today.

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Visiting The Osage Indian Nation

by Chantelle June 2014 - last edited September

Visiting The Osage Indian Nation

The remnants and relics of northeast Oklahoma’s Osage, Cherokee and Delaware Indians are forever embedded into the fabric of the region. The Osage Indian Nation is an important part of the area’s roots and a fascinating reason to explore the many landmarks and relics of an indigenous past whilst staying in Tulsa.

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