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In Sept. mdh and I are going thru Ok. City, mid afternoon, spend the night and leaving early the next AM. Would love to see the Memorial and museum and have a decent meal before reitring. Is that doable with only a couple hours to spend? Should we consider something else for those couple hours?
Anyone have any suggestions re hotel/motel near enough to museum for easy access, safe, clean and still under or around the $100 mark? Fun pubs, bars, eateries nearby as well?
Thanks for any input.

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