Win­dow Seat

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PEO­PLE leave be­hind be­long­ings in ho­tels all the time, but we’re not sure how guests man­aged to for­get some of the “pos­ses­sions” left be­hind at Trav­elodge ho­tels in 2019.

Head­lin­ing some of the ho­tel chain’s most no­table in­stances of lost prop­erty in­clude an urn of ashes, a uni­corn made out of flow­ers and even two al­pacas.

In a re­lease, the ho­tel brand noted a rise in the mis­plac­ing of wed­ding fare and para­pher­na­lia, say­ing, “this in­cluded a five­foot flo­ral uni­corn, a huge full moon, a flower wall, palm trees, a Tif­fany en­gage­ment ring and even a best man”.

As for the al­pacas, although they were left unat­tended in Trav­elodge Strat­ford Upon Avon, they did not take any­thing from the mini bar.

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