AirBnB: The Rise of the Micro Bed and Breakfast for Everyday Travel
They were only allowed in the common areas of the home, but the cat continually tried to finagle his way in to my room to flirt with Silly and get high on her catnip. That provided some hilarity and hijinks. There was no breakfast or other meals, or snacks provided. I purchased my own groceries and cooked in the kitchen. Laundry privileges were included in rental, so I caught up my travel wash. Exploring the neighborhood proved both fun and safe since it’s in one of the best areas of town. I discovered a tasty Thai restaurant two blocks from the home. A few doors down from it, I picked up basic groceries. A couple of full scale grocery stores were located a less than one mile walk from the home. That’s handy if you do not want to have to Uber everywhere and you are not on a road trip.
to the kitchen which may be where I picked up the flu. In homes where the homeowner does not live on the property, I learned it is more important for them to include cleaning supplies like sanitizing wipes and bleach wipes. All rooms shared the fridge space, too. I didn’t cook despite the kitchen since the presence of all the other renters did nothing to encourage my culinary creativity. There was an easy to walk to neighborhood of shops, stores and restaurants. The Aldi would have been a mile hike, but a 7/11 provided basic groceries with only a four block jaunt.
appointed, fully furnished, cozy and comfortable. Though I jaunted down to one of the grocery’s for goodies, you do not need to do that. Ms. Steffie provides bagels, oatmeal, popcorn, snack crackers, milk, juice, tea, coffee and hot cocoa for all who visit. All bedrooms come with access to the kitchen and laundry. Everyone gets use of the shared living room and dining room.
Carlie Lawson writes about tech, mobile and online video, entertainment, sports and fashion. She wrote for JollyJo.tv, Keysian and Movitly for a combined seven years. A former newspaper journalist, she now mostly ghost writes for her clients via her company, Powell Lawson Creatives. Invalid Inputs is her first independent, formal blog. She earned BAs in Journalism and Film & Video Studies from the University of Oklahoma. She also earned her Master of Regional & City Planning at OU. She has worked as a model since she was 17.