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Oklahoma City--lodging areas--"downtown?

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Going to OC ,solo, in early Nov. mainly to see "american Impressionists" At Oklahoma City Art Museum..
On map it looks "near" downtown. My AAA tour book only show 4 hotels in area and all are very expensive.
Looks like there are clusters of motels near airport.sort of NW ofdowntown & area called Midwest city (SE of town)..I am NOT renting a car. No problem with buses or taxis
I see references to "Bricktown" -is it downtown?
I usually use priceline for airport stay day of arrival.

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