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68 S E P T E M B E R / O C T O B E R 2 0 1 6 that loves to travel," said Bush. "They are amazed and in awe of the place because this is the only skyscraper that Frank Lloyd Wright built." One of the hotel's unique features is that every guest room has two full walls of windows with spectacular views of either downtown Bartlesville or, in another direction, the Oklahoma Plains. The tower's art museum offers different exhibits that switch out every three or four months. As an example, there was an exhibit by famed movie costume designer Edith Head. Currently, an exhibit called "Mid-Century to Modern: Dinnerware by Russell Wright and Heath Ceramics" is running. Courtesy Wagon Wheel Motel By Christian Korab, courtesy Price Tower Arts Center The Inn at Price Tower ref lects its surroundings in Frank Lloyd Wrightís only skyscraper. The Wagon Wheel Motel is a classic Route 66 stop in Missouri. Courtesy Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge Safari lodges surround a fire pit at Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge in Arkansas. "THEY ARE AMAZED AND IN AWE OF THE PLACE BECAUSE THIS IS THE ONLY SKYSCRAPER THAT FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT BUILT." ó B r it t a ny B u s h I n n a t P r i c e T o w er Eureka Springs, Arkansas Lions and tigers and cougars — oh my! Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge has them in abundance. This U.S. Department of Agriculture- licensed refuge for big cats in the Ozark Mountains is open to visitors and overnight guests. Visitors get a close-up view of these magnificent beasts in the compound area. "We have rescued more than 200 cats in the last 24 years," said Lori Hartle, the lodging manager at the refuge. In addition to the cats, the refuge is also home to black bears and grizzly bears and a variety of other smaller rescued creatures. Turpentine Creek has eight different overnight units. The own- ers are considering adding several more in the future. There are two suites, ideal for families, called Siberian and Bengal. There are also

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