To air bnb or not to air bnb

We all love to travel but the cost of hotels can be quite high so we thought we’d try out an air bnb and see what the pros and cons were. Our destination was old Montreal and the air bnb was a beautiful apartment with open concept kitchen and dining room and lots of windows. It had two bathrooms, two bedrooms and a couch that turned into a third bed. I have to say it was better than a hotel because of the abundance of space, luxurious bathrooms and the ability to hang out together while getting ready for our day or a night out. Another plus a pvr so I even got to record my shows to watch later.

So for me it’s a yes to air bnb. If you have groups of three or more it’s great on the wallet and sometimes, like for us, it can bring you closer to attractions. Adelka Molcan

 


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2 thoughts on “To air bnb or not to air bnb

  1. Yes! I always stay in Airbnb and except for once have always had wonderful experiences. the reviews say it all I think. Plus I actually run a little Airbnb down here on the farm and I love making the space beautiful and inviting for my guests. It is one of my favourite things. I am glad you like them too! c

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