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Pictures of Eagleton Resort Where Congress MLAs Will be Lodged
 
The main entrance of the Eagleton resort where Congress

The main entrance of the Eagleton resort where Congress' 78 MLAs will be lodged.

Entrance to the lobby.

Entrance to the lobby.

The expansive lobby.

The expansive lobby.

The multilevel swimming pool to beat the heat.

The multilevel swimming pool to beat the heat.

Lounge and Bar.

Lounge and Bar.

Executive Suite Bedroom.

Executive Suite Bedroom.

The facade of Eagleton resort where the Congress MLAs will be lodged.

The facade of Eagleton resort where the Congress MLAs will be lodged.

 
 
 
 
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