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Thomas Cook Reserves Recliners For Germans

The German branch of Europe’s second largest travel agency, Thomas Cook, announced that for a fee, they will reserve poolside recliners in advance at nine hotels in Egypt, Turkey, and the Canary Islands.  The travel agency has received a large number of calls about the new service

Head of communications for Thomas Cook in Germany said the offer is good only for holiday makers booking their travel from Germany.  German tourists are renowned in Europe for waking early to reserve recliners near the pool with towels, but then leaving them to go back to sleep or eat breakfast to the annoyance of other guests. 
 

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