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Airbnb and hotels
« on: August 19, 2019, 12:01:14 AM »
Perhaps my question is geared more towards other parts of the world, but I'm sure someone here can enlighten me and other members as well.  I've traveled extensively throughout the former soviet union, but I haven't been to Russia since 2017.  I've noticed in other parts of the world (and this might also start in Russia) that the airbnbs buildings have a front desk where your guest must check in.  Some even go as far as not allowing visitors.  I never experienced this in Russia, but it wouldn't surprise me if this were the case in say Black Sea area cities for example.  my question is, if youre in a city where the airbnb's require your guest to sign in and present id, have the women you've dated been comfortable with this?  Also some airbnb are asking me for the name of my guest.  Basically to make a reservation for two.  I'm fine with this except that if you're coming to say Odessa and youre communicating with 3 women in Odessa then you don't know which one will have chemistry after the first meeting. 

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Re: Airbnb and hotels
« Reply #1 on: August 19, 2019, 07:24:52 AM »
The hotels are like that because they want to keep working women out (or get a cut).  I haven't had a airbnb apartment in Ukraine or Russia require that but haven't stayed in Odessa.  AirBnb is generally the best place to book for foreigners, although I'm having a tough week with 3 Kyiv apartments cancelled on me this week.

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Re: Airbnb and hotels
« Reply #2 on: August 19, 2019, 07:46:54 AM »
?

You can rent Airbnb apartments direct from private owners.... No reception desks and you get the keys to the building and apartment blocks


Example... Search Sochi under Airbnb or booking. com

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« Reply #3 on: August 19, 2019, 07:59:48 AM »
I'm fine with this except that if you're coming to say
Odessa and you're communicating with 3 women in Odessa then you
don't know which one will have chemistry after the first meeting.

Just put down Sally Brown Peanuts as a name. I even have a photo
if you need it. Nunya Bidness is another or her sister Mindya



My advice is
1. Rent an apartment not a hotel
2. Avoid the MOB industry cities


« Last Edit: August 19, 2019, 08:09:41 AM by 2tallbill »
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