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Behind Viral VideosThe Sun US

Girl finds surprise seven-month-old note hidden in loose bed post of their cabin Airbnb from a previous guest

A GIRL couldn't believe her luck when she came across a hidden note that had been stashed away in her Airbnb by a previous guest seven months earlier. TikTok user Shawna Morris had been enjoying a "cute" getaway in a cabin in Vermont over in the US and joked her trip became so much more "interesting" after she discovered a note that had been left behind and hidden away in a loose bed post.
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Virginia StateThe Daily South

Cape Charles Is The Best Little Beach Town in Virginia

This friendly town on the Chesapeake Bay feels a bit like Mayberry. Here on the southern end of Virginia's Eastern Shore, kids shuffle down the pier with fishing poles and Cokes, wispy-haired men swap stories outside the hardware store, and the whole place seems to tuck in for the night not long after the sun goes down. But Cape Charles is decidedly more cosmopolitan than Andy Griffith's stomping grounds. Just east of the hardware store is Hotel Cape Charles, a sleek boutique stay that offers complimentary beach cruisers for guests. Across the street is Cape Charles Distillery, where they pour elevated cocktails crafted with locally made spirits.
Grand Junction, COPosted by
99.9 The Point

Unique A-Frame Nestled in Canyon 45 Minutes From Grand Junction

This unique A-frame is nestled in a canyon just 45 minutes away from Grand Junction. Take a look at the Thimble Rock Point A-frame Airbnb in Mesa County. You don't have to travel far to find a special and different kind of getaway, for example, this particular Airbnb is only 45 minutes away from Junction. It'd be hard to get a better view than this, take a look at this A-frame Airbnb that's nestled in a canyon.
Ulster County, NYPosted by
101.5 WPDH

Ulster County Boy Gets Birthday Surprise From Area Police Officers

It's amazing to see so many in law enforcement make this 4-year-old boy's birthday one to remember. As most of us scroll through social media on a regular basis, lots of time we come across someone asking for recommendations for something that they are looking for. It can be anything and most times friends are willing to share one or two, but when a community responds the way Ulster County law enforcement did when one mom asked, "Anyone know a police officer?" it has to be highlighted.
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XXL Mag

Big Boi of OutKast Puts the Dungeon Family House on Airbnb for $25 a Night

The home where OutKast and members of the Dungeon Family rap collective made hit records in the 1990s is available for short vacation stays for June and July of this year. According to Airbnb on Thursday (June 17), in celebration of Black Music Month, Big Boi of the iconic Atlanta-bred rap duo has listed the ATL home for $25 a night. The Dungeon Family house was named after the basement studio where Big Boi, André 3000, Goodie Mob, production and songwriting team Organized Noize, which included Sleepy Brown and much more, made some of their most successful records.
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Take relaxation to new heights when you spend the night in this quirky Texas shipping container tower

Modern live comes with its conveniences but it’s also got its fair share of stress. Chances are your phone’s constantly buzzing with breaking news, work emails, traffic alerts and the like. And even if you’ve only occasionally peeked at your phone, the stress of so many alerts and updates may have left you feeling a bit burnt out. An escape from the hubbub of city living could probably do you some good.
Enid, OKPosted by
Enid News and Eagle

Learning to 'build up' downtown through upper-floor living

Enid has a lofty goal as it further pushes its downtown to new heights. Forty-two people from across Oklahoma learned the essential steps of upper-floor downtown living during Main Street’s two-day workshop at Stride Bank Center. Those both from and visiting Enid sat through several hours of scheduled sessions Tuesday...
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American Airlines app leads the download pack as summer travel takes flight

As COVID-19 vaccinations gradually sweep the Western world, you might be dusting off your passport and checking Hotels.com for the first time in more than a year. And you wouldn’t be alone. A new report suggests millions of Americans across the country are currently typing, swiping, and tapping to book long-awaited summer vacation trips, signaling a massive wave of travel about to break.
New Bedford, MAPosted by
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New Bedford Program Helps Teen Parents Graduate

It’s New Bedford’s best-kept secret, and if you are or know someone who is a student that is a new parent, this program could change their life. The New Bedford Public Schools Parenting Teens Program is a year-long program that provides academic and child education, as well as childcare during school hours. Its mission is “to educate, advocate and support teen parents, and their young children, as they develop into lifelong learners by providing a nurturing and rigorous learning environment where academic and personal excellence can be achieved.” This program is offered every year, but due to the pandemic, there are even more chances to enroll.
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5 Unbelievable Maine Oceanside Homes You Can Rent

It looks like the summer of 2021 is going to be a lot more normal than the summer of 2020. We're starting to see the return of festivals, amusement parks, fairs, and concerts. On top of that, people who avoided taking a vacation in 2020 are planning a big summer vacation this year. As things are not completely back to normal (yet), many people are planning to vacation a lot closer to home than they normally would.
Astoria, ORPosted by
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In One Ear: Wunderground

At last week’s Saturday (Astoria) Art Walk the buzz downtown was about the underground,” Jeff Daly wrote. He is the maestro behind the Astoria Underground Tour at 1125 Marine Drive. “First words spoken from many were, ‘I know those doors,’ looking at the twin doors with sandblasted sailing ships from...
Louisville, KYwdrb.com

New homeshare platform in Louisville connects hosts and renters seeking safe, affordable options

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A new homeshare platform is launching in Louisville to provide more affordable housing options. Nesterly connects renters to available rooms in people’s houses for a reasonable price, and it in turn helps homeowners cash in on some extra rent. The group first launched in Boston in 2017. It was planning to set up in Louisville last year, but the COVID-19 pandemic delayed those efforts.
Marquette, MIMining Journal

A ‘hot-button topic’

MARQUETTE — Short-term rentals have become a hot-button topic for municipal governments across the state, including the city of Marquette. Short-term rentals gained popularity as companies such as Airbnb began offering a platform for homeowners to offer their residences for nightly or weekly stays. The practice can encourage landlords to move into the short-term rental market, which can cause a shortage of long-term rentals and for-sale housing in return, according to research conducted by the Harvard Business Review.
Winchester, VAWinchester Star

Planners ease restriction on proposed short-term rental

WINCHESTER — The city’s Planning Commission is still working to finalize regulations governing short-term rentals, but members have already shown a willingness to bend the rules before they’ve even been created. That happened Tuesday afternoon after property owner Stephen Von Fange said a proposed city mandate that would cap the...
TravelFOXBusiness

Airbnb, Vrbo battle for more vacation cabins as travel rebounds

Vacation-rental brands are jostling to persuade owners to list homes on their sites as properties are in short supply in certain outdoor destinations. Sites such as Airbnb Inc. and Expedia Group Inc.’s Vrbo have rolled out features designed to make it easier to become a host. Demand for homes near beaches, national parks and other nonurban areas has been high during the pandemic, but it is accelerating as the economy reopens, vaccinations rise and some companies have announced plans to keep flexible work arrangements in place.