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Level 100
He/She travels:
Family
8/14/2013
Overall rating: 7
General opinion:  To experience the fun and adventure the only city I found was Oklahoma City in Oklahoma. I was confused with the name because the state and the city had a same name. I came to know that this is one of the largest cities in United States. I saw this modern city developed so well with huge sky scrapers and lots shopping centers and restaurants. This city had an amazing infrastructure with all the latest facilities and modes of transport for public. I saw several museums and parks which made the city look more beautiful. There are many things to do when you visit this place. I was suggested ... More by a local guide to visit a popular place and one of the favorite hobbies of the residents, fishing. So I visited the Edwards Park Fishing Lake and saw lot of people enjoying their hobby. The parks were very well maintained with many picnic tables and joy rides for all kind of people.
Not to be missed:
Edwards Park Fishing Lake
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Martin Park Nature Center
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Oklahoma River
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He/She travels:
Solo
8/6/2013
Overall rating: 9
Surroundings and tours: The surroundings are really beautiful, well organized, the trees and nice vegetation makes it a comfortable place. The school environment at the Oklahoma City university as well is a place anyone would crave to be! Oklahoma City is also really easy to navigate. If you feel you're lost, just take a walk further and it all gets clear, but if it still isn't clear, then the people in the community are always nice enough to help with directions.
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Level 100
Overall rating: 6
Not to miss:  Oklahoma City offers a host of activities for its visitors. The Oklahoma State Capitol is the only State Capitol with oil wells in its campus. Visitors can delve into the city’s past by touring the Governor’s Mansion and the Overhosler Mansion, the first mansion in the city.
The Omniplex Science Museum should be visited for its excellent collection of science, photography and aviation exhibits. The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum is dedicated to western art. Visit the Oklahoma City Zoo, one of the top most zoos in the nation. One of the biggest landmarks ... More of the city, the Crystal Bridge, located in the Myriad Garden, is not to be missed.
Lake Hefner is an ideal place for indulging in sailing and sail boat racing, along with bird watching. The underground Metro Concourse offers a novel way of exploring the city on foot.
Horses being a prime attraction, festivals like the November World Championship Quarter Horse Show are very popular.
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Level 100
Overall rating: 6
General opinion:  Oklahoma City is the capital of the state of Oklahoma, USA. Oklahoma City is also the county seat for the Oklahoma County.
The city experiences a humid subtropical climate where summers are long and hot while winters are short and cold. The average annual temperature of the city is 16°C. The average temperature in January is 3°C while that in July is 27°C. Tornadoes can be expected in the city, particularly between late March and August.
Oklahoma City has an approximate population of 541,500, making it the most populous city in Oklahoma State. The city was founded in ... More first of the five land runs during the Land Run of 1889.
The city’s economy was formerly dominated by oil. Now, with agriculture, energy, aviation, government, health care and manufacturing gaining importance, the economy has become diverse.
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