OKC Is Okay With Us

Canal rides are available along the Bricktown Canal.

I’ve always loved Oklahoma (the musical that is) but Reg and I had never given much thought to visiting the Sooner State…until this trip. Oklahoma City happened to be in the right place, at the right time for an overnight stop on our eastward journey.

Our reservation at the Hyatt Place in the Bricktown entertainment district was the perfect blend of comfort and fun. Just steps outside the door an entire neighborhood of shops and restaurants awaited. Bricktown is also the site of Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, home of the Oklahoma City Dodgers – the city’s minor league baseball team.

Dinner was another high point of our short stay. Pearl’s Crabtown wasn’t fancy, but we had been assured the seafood was top notch. Even on a Monday night the place was hopping.

So, at the end of the day, Oklahoma City soared to the top of favorite city of the trip…so far.

Next stop: The Moonrise Hotel which promises to “bring us out of our world for an unforgettable experience!” I hope you can join us!

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4 thoughts on “OKC Is Okay With Us

  1. Ken G.

    I’ll never forget the time we spent at the Oklahoma City Memorial. I think it’s the best memorial I’ve ever seen … perfectly designed to help one reflect, not merely on the dark side of humanity but, how evil it is overcome by the inherent love within life. “The light shown in the darkness, and the darkness couldn’t overcome it.”

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  2. Kathy Chappell

    Wow-I had no idea that Oklahoma City was such an interesting town-can’t wait to visit.

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