Bricktown Hotel & Convention Center

2001 East Reno Avenue, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73117, United States
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Poor
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Travel Tips for Oklahoma City

Highrise Hello

by mrclay2000

Before skyscrapers assumed the characterless qualities of so many floors of glass and steel, true stone rather than concrete often composed the building material of the outward appearance. True artisans, hoping to beautify the monoliths rising in the city center, often shaped and chiseled decorative motifs or forms into the interior of the lobby, the hallways and meeting rooms, the outer floors, and often as far up on the outside as the eye could see.

Texas Roadhouse

by mafootje about Steaks....and more

This restaurant was next to our hotel, so we thought we just walk in and sit down...Well, there were a lot more people that had the same idea. So we just waited for a available table.

Inside the restaurant the lights where dimmed and played some nice music. We sat down at the bar and had some drinks. I had a ribs and chicken combo.. i know i also liked the bread and also know that the meat was nice and tender.

The service was great, and also got some personal attention from the manager. It's just a small thing but it really makes you feel at home..

When we left the restaurant i took two "Call Waiting" magnets for on our refrigerator...i didn't try to call.... i never would make it on time from Vlaardingen to OKC because of the one hour limit :-)


Picture taken friday june 6th 2003 , 17:46

Oklahoma City National Memorial

by Paulie_D

It doesn't seem quite right to describe this as a 'Must See' but it is most definitely something EVERY visitor to OKC should experience.

I have found that some of the most moving monuments in the world are those that are the most simple. The Vietnam Wall is one and the Oklahoma City National Memorial is, most definitely, another.

For me, the fact that I visited this memorial to the tragedy of one act of madness on September 11th, the anniversary of another, made the visit afftected me all the more.

The Memorial is accessible 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Rangers are on site to provide information from 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. daily (Spring/Summer) and from 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. (Fall/Winter)Rangers will not be available on Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Year's Days

I've added a Travelogue to give more pictures and information.

Please also visit Oklahoma City National Memorial or National Park Service websites

Under the Golden Lamps

by mrclay2000

As I said, the CityChurch does not sufficiently illuminate the gilt on its dome, but the cylindrical base is lighted as well as the smaller cupolas. At only six blocks north of the Oklahoma City National Memorial on Robinson, whether you're visiting by day or night, this is a handsome structure in our downtown area.

Oklahoma City

by Tanya934

"Arrival"

Checked into our hotel & took a trolley car from outside the hotel to OKC centre. Changed trolley cars and went to the Oklahoma National Memorial.
The first thing you see when you get off the trolley car is a chain link fernce full of items left by people to remember loved ones murdered in the April '95 bomb blast.
Seeing the photos & notes really started to bring home what happened on that day and you started to think of these photos as real living people rather than just faces on a TV screan in another country.
As you go up the steps you see the 2 arches with the reflecting pool inbetween. To the right you see the rows of chairs, each one symbolising one of the victims.
It was so moving seeing the smaller chairs inbetween to represent each of the babies that were killed in the bombing.
It was so peaceful in that area that it was so hard to visualise what occured there.
From the garden area we paid our $8.00 and went into the museum
There was so much to take but seeing the mementoes donated to the museum and reading what condition some of the victims were found in was too much to contemplate and a lot of indulgent tears were shed for those innocent babies and children.
After looking round the museum we took the trolley cars back to the hotel.

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Address: 2001 East Reno Avenue, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73117, United States