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UK: Hotel not found even after 12 hours in line after lockdown is lifted, returned after driving 210 KM

UK: Hotel not found even after 12 hours in line after lockdown is lifted, returned after driving 210 KM

UK: Hotel not found even after 12 hours in line after lockdown is lifted, returned after driving 210 KM

He also expressed disappointment that even after working so hard, he did not get a chance to spend time with his son. He shared this whole story with The Sun newspaper.

Freedom from lockdown

London: Britishers seem to be getting freedom from lockdown. Vaccination has been done in a large part of the country. In some places, problems are also occurring due to the new variant of Corona. However, normal life has started in most parts. Pubs have opened, bars have opened. Hotels have opened. And people have also started celebrating their holidays. After all, he got freedom from one and a half year long imprisonment. But with this new problems have also arisen in front of the people.

Hotels are not available even after waiting in line for hours

According to the information, there is a huge gathering of people in those places which are recognized as tourist destinations inside the UK. Something similar happened with a man named Paul Henderson. Who took his son by driving a car 130 miles away. His intention was that he would enjoy the father-son bank holiday. But after reaching the hotel, he got a big shock.

Person returned after driving 130 miles

Paul Henderson told that he even made a line for the hotel room, that too for the full 12 hours. Even after this he could not get the room. After which, in annoyance, he again came back to his home after driving 130 miles.

Neither room was found, nor did I get the money back

Paul Henderson told that there were a lot of people in the hotel who had booked in advance and they had to fight with the staff for their refund. Henderson said he had booked a room at the Scarborough Grand Hotel. But neither they got the room nor did they get their money back.

Henderson to take court action

Paul Henderson said he would resort to court action to get his money back. At the same time, he also expressed his disappointment that even after so much hard work, he did not get a chance to spend time with his son. He shared this whole story with The Sun newspaper. Who tried to get in touch with the executives of Britannia Company, but could not get revert. This company owns the Scarborough Grand Hotel.

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