Sleep Inn & Suites

5200 North Classen Circle, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73118, United States
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Building Codes

by mrclay2000

Downtown is roughly a heterogeneous skyline with few buildings truly standing out. Unlike Tulsa whose high-rises would tower over their shorter counterparts in Oklahoma City, most of the skyscrapers here do not steal the lion's share of attention. Our tallest building, the BankOne Tower (pictured here) is only 500 feet high, yet there are other modern high-rises that complement rather than concede its superlative stature.

First Unitarian Church

by mrclay2000

Standing a little away from what has become known as Church Row, the First Unitarian Church has one of the grander spires in Oklahoma City, second only to St Joseph's downtown. This white projection and red-brick building occupy a corner of the downtown area almost by their lonesome, so the grand spire seems even grander when the church itself commands an area that offers no serious rival. The church was finished in the late 1920s and its spire and entablature rest on strong white columns, a common design for many churches, but relatively scarce in Oklahoma City.

Good tamales, cold beer

by rexvaughan about Victor's Mexican Cuisine

This is a fairly new place in Oklahoma City but our friend’s daughter, who lives nearby, already knows the waiters by name which means she has already adopted Victor’s a favorite. The place is pretty pedestrian looking from the outside but the interior has some very nice and colorful décor. The chips and salsa they served as soon as we sat down were several cuts above average. The most important thing though, is that they make a really good tamale which, in my experience is hard to find. Not only that but they have some Mexican beers on tap. Imagine my delight when my Tecate was served in a mug which was not only frosted, but salted as well. I will go back when I am back in OKC



Oklahoma City is a good minor league sports city. For some, this fact is an insult. I always found it to be an advantage. When I was there, the city had minor league franchises in baseball, basketball, and hockey. I loved being able to go to the games and see good sports action at a small portion of the cost of a major league game. Needless to say, the skill level was not the same as that seen in the majors, but the games could still be exciting and enjoyable.

The most popular of the sports was hockey. The Oklahoma City Blazers regularly drew eight or nine thousand fans to the Myriad Arena. I believe that the arena has been improved to hold larger crowds although the popularity may have slipped somewhat since the early 90's. The presentation of the hockey games was always fun. The music and lights were well-done to add excitement. At intermissions, there were contests and events on the ice. The big crowds were enthusiastic but fairly polite.

The minor league baseball team was called the 89'ers when I was there, but the name and stadium have changed. Friends say that the new stadium is extremely nice. Baseball didn't draw the crowds when I lived there, and I could sometimes go to the games and get seats on the wall. Oklahoma summers can be very hot, but the dry air often allows things to cool nicely in the evenings.

The basketball team was the Oklahoma City Cavalry, and they may be gone by now. They had very poor fan support and were known to be losing a great deal of money. I've never been a big fan of basketball, but the games were okay. They always staged a large number of fan giveaways and participation events. Every game seemed to feature two or three opportunities for the kids to run around on the court. Many of the people at courtside seemed to know one another. The mascot often picked up kids and carried them around the court. Sometimes, it seemed that the guy didn't leave the kid where he/she started. I guess those diehard fans knew each other so well that they just exchanged all of the kids back to the proper parents at the end of the game.

Crystal Bridge

by mrclay2000

The Crystal Bridge downtown is one of the more peculiar Oklahoma City attractions. Visitors can leave the frost of winter or the blustery fall weather outside and step into a lush, tropical paradise. Be warned that a few moments in here will mist your eyeglasses and daub your hair with sweat, but the rewards are quickly reaped. Thousands of exotic plants from around the globe thrive amid rocky waterfalls, orchid groves, koi brooks and more, all explored by the human visitor as well as free-roaming lizards.

Admission: Adults, $6; Seniors $5, Children 4-12 $3, Children 3-0 free

Open 9 a.m - 6 p.m. Mon-Sat; Sun Noon - 6 p.m.


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Address: 5200 North Classen Circle, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73118, United States