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Room 76

"This is the only place we could afford. Shut up." Udit snapped. “And it’s only for a few days until we get our hostel.” "Ugh! Whatever!" Aditi rolled her eyes. "But I could do good with a better place than this." Bhavana stood quiet. "We told them to not trek at this time," Divij whispered to her. The four friends from Delhi reached Dehradun on a windy evening. They debated whether they should stay or trek to Mussoorie. Optimistically, Udit and Aditi led the group forward. The wind grew stronger and started a storm. Helpless, they urgently started finding a hotel to stay for the night. As they stepped in, a weird feeling passed through Bhavana. As if someone was watching them. She walked to the reception where a young lady was sitting. "Good evening, can we get a room?" Bhavana politely asked. The receptionist looked up at her with a sweet smile. "What type of room would you like, ma'am?" Aditi spoke up. "A room with four singl…
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