Staybridge Suites Lubbock
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The staff was friendly and the rooms are nice, however small. If you have a lot of stuff (and I mean a lot of stuff) it may be challenging for you to have all your belongs spread out in the relatively compact room. Good visit!
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Start: Extended Stay America, 501 South 1st Street, Austin, Texas
Finish: Koko Inn, 5201 Avenue Q, Lubbock, Texas
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