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TravelPod Member ReviewsTomahawk Motel Riverton
When I went to the room there was no table, I went to the office and asked for another room. Instead, someone brought a table from another room. I set up my computer and tried to get on the Internet. but, unfortunately, it was too slow to do anything. I guess I didn't need a desk. I watched the Olympics on TV.
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