Econo Lodge Oklahoma City

1750 East Reno Avenue, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73117, United States
Econo Lodge Oklahoma City
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Travel Tips for Oklahoma City

You will find most people in...

by southpaw1

You will find most people in Oklahoma City to be friendly and willing to offer assistance whenever possible. Overall, the atmosphere of the city is very 'casual' and you will find this reflected in the dress and behavior of most residents. While Oklahoma owes much to its Western heritage, most 'Cowboys' in Oklahoma City today are urbanites trying to project a 'Garth Brooks music video' image.

Normal Territorial Building

by mrclay2000

About thirty minutes from the heart of downtown lies one of the state's great unknown wonders in the heart of downtown Edmond to the north. This is the first building constructed in Oklahoma Territory for the purposes of higher education. Known then as the Territorial Normal School, its classes first assembled in a nearby Methodist church before this building rose on its present site in January 1893. This National Historic Site remains Edmond's most impressive historic building, and sitting as it does on the edge of campus, it still serves higher education by quartering the administration for the University of Central Oklahoma.

Good Chinese

by rexvaughan about P F Chang's

This is a national chain of restaurants but in my opinion some of the best Chinese food around. They call themselves a “China bistro” which sounds a little odd but the food is pretty much traditional Chinese dishes done deliciously. Our last visit was with my brother and his wife and we ordered Mongolian beef, crispy honey chicken, a fried rice bowl and sweet and sour pork. We then proceeded to do my favorite thing with Chinese food: we passed it around the table and everyone had some of each. It was all delicious. They also have a separate take-out window. For take-out, call ahead, for busy nights, call for reservations.

Field of Empty Chairs

by PinkFloydActuary

Another striking symbol of what happened here. There are 168 chairs in the field, each a symbol for a life lost in the bombing. The sight of the 19 small chairs representing the children whose lives were lost is particularly gut-wrenching. Afterward, I read that the chairs are arranged in nine rows, for each floor of the Murrah building. The glass base has the name of those who passed away in the bombing. Much like a cemetery, some chairs had flowers or other small items resting on them. The perimeter of the field is set to match the outline of the Murrah building, lined by granite that came from Murrah plaza.

A somber place

by PinkFloydActuary

The need to stop in OK City was driven purely by the desire to witness the Oklahoma City National Memorial, a memorial honoring "the victims, survivors, rescuers, and all who were changed forever on April 19, 1995." My personal memory was that I was closing out my senior year of college and was in coming home from my morning class when I had heard what had happened. Having seen the memorial through my computer, I felt compelled to see it in person. It was a moving experience to be here.

Because we stayed in town that night, I also can talk about where we stayed and ate.


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Address: 1750 East Reno Avenue, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73117, United States