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    1. Yes! Just relaxing, taking a quiet stroll around town, and sipping a hot chocolate is one of the best way to explore Norman! xx – Anshula

  1. We have not traveled to Oklahoma but it sure looks like a great place to visit. I love visiting old universities. The University of Oklahoma is beautiful! Oh those old gothic style buildings are a must-see for me!

    1. It is REALLY pretty! The architecture style of some of the buildings (with the Native American mix) is unique and special to just that area! xx – Anshula

  2. I had no idea Oklahoma was such a gem. We live in Austin, and always wanted to visit Oklahoma, but were not sure why to. Now we have the reasons!

    1. Yes! It’s actually not to far from Texas. Norman is a day trip from Dallas (where I live) so it could be a REALLY easy weekend getaway from Austin. xx – Anshula

  3. I’ve visited every state in the U.S. but one (Alaska), and honestly after reading your post I feel like I’ve completely let Oklahoma slip through my fingers as a place I could’ve really enjoyed.

  4. I have not been to Oklahoma. My dad used to live there and he has said it is a great state to live in and visit. If I am ever in Norman, OK I will have to check these 10 things to do. From your post Norman, OK sounds like a great place to visit. My favorite on your list is the cheesy photo OP in the phone booth. Your pictures are amazing.

    1. Thanks, dear! Norman is definitely a lovely place to visit and cheesy pictures are the best! I hope you get a chance to visit! ?xx – Anshula

  5. I live in Norman and am so glad that you had such a good time! When you come back, I recommend eating at El Sombrero.

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