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Taco Bell's New Hotel and Resort is Your Butt's Worst Nightmare

eBaums World Saturday, 18 May 2019
Taco Bell's New Hotel and Resort is Your Butt's Worst NightmareGrab your jumbo toilet paper rolls, Taco Bell has announced that it is opening a hotel and resort this August in Palm Springs, California for a limited time
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News video: Taco Bell Is Opening a Summer Hotel

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Taco Bell loves a fan experience and this time they are taking to a whole new level, with a summer hotel. Keri Lumm shares all the details we know about “The Bell”.

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