Likes & Dislikes

Opinions

Practicals

Accomodation

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Oklahoma City - The Skirvin Hilton Hotel - j.k. photo

Food

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Oklahoma - Oklahoma fried onion burger - d.g. photo

Oklahoma - Chicken Fried Steak Sandwich - c.m. photo

Public safety

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Oklahoma - We serve with bite - j.k. photo

Oklahoma City - downtown - A guardian - A replica of the colossal sculpture which stands atop the Oklahoma State Capitol Building - j.k. photo

Background

Destination in brief

Oklahoma originates from the Choctaw Indian words okla and humma, meaning "red people".

Neighbors: Colorado and Kansas (north), Illinois and Arkansas (east), Texas (south and west), New Mexico (west)

Size: 181,186 sq km (69,956 sq mi)

Population (in 2020): 4 million - 72,4% White, 7,7% two or more race, 7,5% Native American, 7,3% Black (African American), 2,2% Asian

Capital city: Oklahoma City (OKC)

Geography

Alabaster Caverns State Park has the largest gypsum cave in the world & the only one in the US & it is open to the public.

Climate

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Oklahoma - severe weather shelter area - j.k. photo

Tourist etiquette

1. In Oklahoma, locals are friendly until you don't insist on talking about politics or religion

Attractions

Oklahoma City

Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge

Tulsa

Oklahoma - Tulsa - university library - j.k. photo

Turner Falls Park

Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History

Oklahoma Route 66 Museum

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