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Things we touch in a hotel room, England’s Lockdown 3.0, April 2021

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Thanks to everyone who gave us something outdoor(s)  last week. So many joined in with the theme, probably encouraged by the promising weather many of us are enjoying.
Special thanks go to Janet for a different approach; to Sabine for a bright beauty; to Sue for a rather bloody action shot; and to

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Next week’s theme will be wind.
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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 25 April 2021

Posted as part of  One Word Sunday

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  1. I wonder about claims of extra cleaning. Maids aren’t getting extra money. I suppose with occupancy very low, there may be enough time to do the extra work if staffing levels permit.

    My photo in response to your challenge reuses a photo of The Creation of Adam.

    One Word Sunday – Touch

    Thanks for challenging and hosting.


    • As you say, occupancy is minute at the moment and many hotels require completion of a detailed form for anyone claiming to have a reason to stay in a hotel so definitely time to do extra. How much cleaning is actually extra I’m not sure. But most hotels are wrapping and sealing things so that you can tell if anyone else has used things such as phone and tv remote. There should be a big increase in visitors from 17 May so let’s hope we come starts to rise for hotels and their staff.


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