Adventure Guide to Oklahoma (Hunter Travel Guides) by Lynne M. Sullivan

By Lynne M. Sullivan

This can be a consultant to adventurous goals in Oklahoma, offering traditional shuttle details and likewise providing suggestions to the action-packed actions to be had.

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All guests are served a gourmet breakfast each morning near a large picture window. Rooms rent for $50-$150. n Where to Eat Some of the best food and ambience are found at Stockyard City, Bricktown, and the Paseo. Of course, the usual chains and imitators serve good meals all over town, but if you want an experience to go with your dinner, head for one of these three districts. Bed & Breakfasts/Small Inns n 41 When you order a steak here today, you’ll know it’s been hand cut and aged right on the premises, then cooked over blazing coals.

However, as technology advanced, the packing plants closed and left the district to cattle traders and related businesses. Some of the best Western apparel and ranching equipment in the country is still sold here in wooden-fronted stores that date from the early 1900s. Over the years, this district has shunned all things “touristy,” so you won’t find souvenir trinkets and cute T-shirts on the shelves. What you will find are genuine cowboy working boots, custom-made hats, work-of-art saddles, and Western wear to fit everyone in the family.

Most Oklahomans like the familiar appearance – and feel just fine leaving things the way they’ve been for over 80 years. There is a domed ceiling – and a rotunda – inside the building. Tours through the Capitol are conducted free of charge and begin on the hour from 8 am to 3 pm Monday through Friday. A brochure for self-guided tours is also available, and the doors are open every day except Christmas and Thanksgiving. % 405-521-3356 for information. From February 1 to May 31, the legislature is in session, and visitors are allowed to watch the proceedings from the galleries.

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