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By Lynne M. Sullivan
This can be a advisor to adventurous goals in Oklahoma, offering traditional trip details and in addition supplying counsel to the action-packed actions to be had.
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This three-day indoor event, usually in February and October, has more than 1,000 exhibitors offering every imaginable type of craft, antique, and collectable. The $4 admission covers entry to all building during every day of the show. Old Paris Flea Market, % 405-670-2611, is held in 124,000 square feet of air-conditioned shopping space at 1111 South Eastern just off I-40 on Saturday and Sunday from 9 am to 6 pm. More than 400 dealers offer unusual gifts, collectibles, and new or pre-owned furniture, jewelry, hobby supplies, and plants.
There are nine bedrooms with private baths, fireplaces, Jacuzzis, and cable TV. The original home was built in 1904, and still has some of its original woodwork, plus a grand staircase and a balcony hallway overlooking the lower floor. Rates are from $75 to $150. Flora’s Bed and Breakfast, 2312 NW 46th Street, % 405-840-3157, offers a quiet neighborhood retreat near Penn Square Mall, one of the Oklahoma City The Embassy Suites Hotel, 1815 South Meridian Avenue, % 800362-2779, fax 405-682-9835. Guests are assigned two-room suites and enjoy a cooked-to-order breakfast each morning.
Improvement to the Depression-era concert hall is expected to cost $46 million, and a gala grand opening is scheduled for the fall of 2000. Call % 405-297-2584 for updates on the progress. The Myriad Convention Center, on Sheridan between Robinson and Gaylord, has an additional 200,000 square feet under construction, which will extend its total space to 1,200,000 square feet. The $47 million expansion is expected to open in the summer of 1999. New hotels planned near the center, such as Marriott Renaissance and Embassy Suites, will double the number of luxury accommodations in the downtown area.