An Educative Experience – the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Library System
02/09/2010

One of the educative attractions of Oklahoma City is the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Library System, part of the Metropolitan Library System consisting of 12 full-service libraries and 5 extension libraries throughout Oklahoma County.

Online PR News – 09-February-2010 – – With over one million books as well as newspapers, videos, magazines and books on tape covering subjects for adults as well as kids and teens, there’s no greater single source of information in the county.

Oklahoma County citizens are customers of the Metropolitan Library System. One of the salient features of this library system is its reciprocal borrowing arrangement with the Pioneer Library System that has libraries in Cleveland, McClain and Pottawatomie counties. This arrangement also enables citizens of the counties catered to by the Pioneer Library System to benefit from the Metropolitan Library System. The Oklahoma City Metropolitan Library System is one of the branches of the Metropolitan Library System in Oklahoma County.

Something else in Oklahoma City that’s as systematic as the Metropolitan Library System is the Bricktown Hotel & Convention Center. With luxury and hospitality served in generous measures, Bricktown Hotel is the place to stay for visitors to Oklahoma City. The amenities offered include:
• SERTA™ Mattresses in all rooms
• Free Wireless Internet (15MB Speed)
• Free Continental Breakfast
• Stainless Steel Fridges & Microwaves
• Complimentary Shuttle Service
• New Heat/Air Units
• Iron & Ironing Boards
• Coffee Makers
• Digital Cable TV
• Hair-Dryers
• Working Desks with Plug-ins
• Extra Pillows for Comfort
Another amenity offered is the airport shuttle service at $15 per way, which is cheaper than the cab. The hotel also offers shuttle van service to the heart of Bricktown, the entertainment district of Oklahoma City. Tours are offered for guests of the VIP Suite or Business Package in Bricktown Hotel’s Limited Edition Hummer H2.