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Dr John McCarthy - [email protected]

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from: John McCarthy <[email protected]>
reply-to: [email protected]
date: Jul 30, 2020, 8:22 PM
subject: Holiday Reservation
mailed-by: gruponabla.com

Hello,

I would like to reserve an accommodation in your facility for me and my family coming on a vacation for a period of 10 days. However, We can use either 2 double rooms or 4 single rooms or an apartment that can accommodate family of 4 adults for a period of 10 nights.

Check-in-date: 2nd, of October, 2020.
Check-out-date: 12th of October, 2020.
Number of persons: 4 Adults

Please, Kindly Get back to me with the quotation for the proposed stay as well as required tax (if any) for our deliberation.

My number below can be used to reach me on whatsup: +447466378283

All quotations should be channel to my personal email: [email protected]

Yours Faithfully,

Dr. John McCarthy

ADDRESS: 9B Cauaseware Road,
N9 8BP Edmonton,London,
United Kingdom
Tel: +447466378283

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