Oklahoma City, a travel destination?

So very random to publish something about Oklahoma City on Valentine’s Day, but that’s what I feel like today. A little thought about traveling. Most of people dream to travel to well-known, famous destinations, and that’s fine, but let’s not forget what’s closer and most accessible to us. My American friends don’t really understand why would we want to visit Oklahoma City, but may I say, why not? I for one had a pleasant surprise. Some are asking the wrong question: was it nice, did you like it? It’s not about liking it or not, it is about discovering things you haven’t seen or experienced before. This is where the pleasure of travel comes from. In Oklahoma City we had one of the most interesting hotels experiences, at 21C Hotels, we discovered Dale Chihuli’s stunning glass work at the Oklahoma Museum of Art, we learnt some about of the history of the city, we had some amazing food experiences, we met local people, we’ve seen some very interesting architecture. So traveling to Oklahoma City was a pleasant and enriching experience :).











5 thoughts on “Oklahoma City, a travel destination?

  1. The 3rd, 4th and last photos make the city look very futuristic 🙂 Great shots!
    I hope you’re doing well. What’s new? I’m slowly coming back to WP, catching up with everyone’s posts and hopefully I will soon start sharing on my blog again.

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  2. I was really surprised by the pictures. Did not expect that just by the title. 👍🏻
    If I may point something out… maybe you can choose a bigger letter size in future posts. It was incredibly small to read.

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    • Hi Evangelina, I’m happy you were surprised, I hope in a good way :). You are so right with the font, but I think I have a ‘fobia’ of big fonts, otherwise I can’t explain why I can’t get myself to change it. I tend to use small fonts everywhere, I’m not sure why. I seriously look into changing it, I can imagine how annoying must be to struggle with reading my texts. Thank you xx

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      • It was in a good way. 👍🏻
        I think you might lose potential readers because it was really teeny tiny to read which would be a shame. Just think about it. I think any size bigger might help.

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