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Passing thru OKC, want to visit National Memorial & Museum

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Hello Okies,

I'm passing through your fine city of OKC on business this week and staying a night at a Courtyard Northwest Expressway on my way back to Austin. Is that a decent hotel?

I've always wanted to see the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum, dedicated to those that lost their lives in the bombing of the Federal Building.

Have any of you visited the museum and memorial? How long should I reserve to do both properly.

Also, give me some recommendations for dinner. I'm looking for an upscale eatery that typifies the regional cuisine.

Thanks.

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