Wingate Inn Oklahoma City

2001 South Meridian, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73108, United States
Wingate by Wyndham Oklahoma City / Airport
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Travel Tips for Oklahoma City

Urban Renewal II

by mrclay2000

In the past decade, Oklahoma City's MAPS project has tried to revive, refurbish or replan many parts of downtown. Most prominent of these projects has been the building of the downtown canal. Though we do not yet hold a candle to San Antonio's Riverwalk, the canal is a charming addition to an area that before MAPS was a ghost town whose buildings were easily refused at firesale prices. (Incidentally, the red-brick building in the middle of this photo -- marked Oklahoma Hardware Co. on a black banner along the side -- is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.) Web: www.bricktownokc.com, www.bricktown.com

Guess who?

by jedd43

Hey!! Guess who I got to meet over the Thanksgiving holiday? (2001)

brdwtchr - Steve and Becky!

We had lunch! Good food and great people, I hope we can get together again sometime! We were so full in this picture! It was taken outside of Shorty Small's. . Don't laugh too hard!

Authentic American Food

by rexvaughan about Sleepy Hollow

This restaurant has been here for over 50 years and the menu has not changed a great deal. It is pretty much fried chicken and steak and is served family style. It is in an out of the way location in a small valley (hollow) in northeast OKC and is a pleasant, quiet and cosy atmosphere. Some of the orders are large and can be split for an additional fee. The fried chicken is authentic and wonderful. With it comes family style bowls of wonderful mashed potatoes, creamy delicious gravy and green peas (English peas to those of us raised in the South) along with a basket of light yummy biscuits. Of course there is also honey for the biscuits. All the side dishes will be replenished when empty if desired. Included with the meal is pineapple sherbet (sorbet) which is a nice light finish to the meal. Open for lunch Mon-Fri and dinner 7 days a week.

A Tribute to Native Americans

by rexvaughan

This statue stands near Centennial Plaza at the state capitol and pays tribute to the contributions of Native Americans to the state of Oklahoma. I mentioned elsewhere that the state has the largest Native American population of any state and has done a good job of appropriating and honoring that heritage. The statue was done by Allan Houser, a Chiricahua Apache born in Apache, Oklahoma. It is called "As Long As The Waters Flow." It is ironic that many of the treaties forced upon Native Americans when we wanted their land moved them to a new land which was to the theirs "as long as the wind blows, as long as the grass grows, as long as the water flows." Of course, we really meant "or until we decide we want this land too."

State Capitol Building - State Industry

by mrclay2000

Along with agriculture and to some extent the railroad, Oklahoma's premier industry has been oil and gas over the last 100 years. As such, it's no surprise that an oil derrick has been operational on the capitol lawn pumping "black gold" up until a few years ago. In the 1920s and 30s, the area was littered with dozens of derricks! Today, the capitol dome and one last remnant of this important industry make a fitting politico-commercial pair.

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 Wingate Inn Oklahoma City

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Address: 2001 South Meridian, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73108, United States