Days Inn Oklahoma City

12013 North I-35 Service Road, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73131, United States
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A strange place to see MM - the men's room.A strange place to see MM - the men's room.

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Locals partyin' it up at the venerable Angles clubLocals partyin' it up at the venerable Angles club

Travel Tips for Oklahoma City

Eastside

by rchilde

The Eastside district is home to the African American community and is experiencing a renaissance of its own. Once a perfect example of urban blight and stereotypical undersight, the Eastside now boasts numerous development and an African American museum is currently in the works.

It used to be, that this area would be better suited for the "Danger/Warning" category but there has been substantial investment into district including the much anticipated N.E. 23rd Streetscape [as it is the principle roadway of the district and gateway to the State Capitol].

Be sure to visit Leo's BBQ, if you're into some good, slow, "smoke-style" home cookin'. The restaurant is located at 3631 N. Kelly Ave and they are tourist friendly, as they accept major credit cards. Just follow your nose.

Mexican Downtown

by mrclay2000 about Abuelo's Food Embassy

Situated on Sheridan Avenue in the heart of Bricktown, Abuelo's is routinely cited as one of the best Mexican restaurants in the city. For those of you who might have dined here, Abuelo's is a small chain primarily located in Texas, but with outlets in Arizona and Oklahoma.

Lil' Ol' Opry

by msbrandysue

While visiting the stockyards and eating at Cattlemen's I got tickets for the Rodeo Opry. It is a small, charming place that showcases a lot of local talent. There is an MC, joke telling, a great house band and cute old ladies who help you to your seat :) Because I love country western music and was a singer in the past I thoroughly enjoyed this. There was an older crowd present, so there is certainly no partying going on. However, everyone was really nice, down to earth and I felt at home while there.

Arrive early and shop at the country stores around. They really are charming as well. Don't wait too late to get your seat, though, or you'll be climbing on top of people to find your seat. They are just regular kitchen chairs, nothing fancy! However, it is non-profit so you can cut them some slack :)

*WARNING: I bought my tickets online thinking I was getting second row on the aisle. WRONG! We were in the second to last row against the wall. If you get tickets in advance (please do because they sell out!) I would strongly advise you to call them and put in your request that way as opposed to making an error like me. We enjoyed our night out, regardless, but we could have had a really nice seat as opposed to reaching over and around people to see.

Tickets: $12.00USD Can't beat that!

Stained Phoenix

by mrclay2000

Directly east of the Oklahoma City National Memorial stands the First United Methodist Church, which has occupied this site since the Land Run of 1889. For a congregation dedicated to remaining an urban church, the disappearance of the family from the city to the country in the 1960s saw the church's toughest period until 1995, when the bomb that destroyed the Murrah Building displaced the congregation for three years. The church has since been essentially rebuilt and significantly enlarged.

The Renaissance City - Oklahoma City

by rchilde

"The Newest Big City in the Nation"

Look out everyone; there is a new kid on the block! So to say.

Oklahoma City is the capital and principle city in the state of Oklahoma. With a population of more than 1.2 million residents, there is plenty to do and see.

The city is comprised of a dynamic urban core with sprawling residential suburbs that spill-out toward the fringes of the metroplex. Most of the big city tourist attractions are located in the inner city districts, as is the case with most other major US cities.

Oklahoma City has an exciting history that began in one day with the 1889 Land Run, and after hard times over the years, the city has turned itself around and has become a lively, attractive place to live and to visit. A true Renaissance!

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Address: 12013 North I-35 Service Road, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73131, United States