Accommodation, short transcontinental flight costs, your biggest expense on any trip or vacation. Even with the depressed economy, hotels and inns are still what they always – expensive.
Short-term rental is an easier choice for accommodation, especially if you are not going to be there for more than a few weeks. Here is a quick guide to pulling it off.
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First and foremost, you must have a set schedule, or at least a definite date when you will be in a particular city or region. Short-term rentals are usually agreed for the time and date are very specific; some hosts even going to ask you to put in the expected time of arrival and departure.
Traveler seasoned usually pad their schedule with one day before and after their trip is planned, and it's probably a good idea for you too. It gives you a little room in your schedule to relax after the flight, just lying around or maybe take an unscheduled walk around the area.
Creating a Budget
Although they are often defined as 'affordable' price for short-term rentals can vary widely from $ 50 to several hundred dollars. Unless you have very deep pockets and do short-term rentals just for fun, set a budget for the cost of accommodation is a good idea, lest you run out of money mid-trip.
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