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No you don't all need an account. Only one (the one who makes the booking) is enough. Source: I have often stayed at Airbnbs together with other people (either as the one who made the booking or accompanying) and no multiple accounts were necessary. You only need to specify the number of guests, you wouldn't even need to give their emails. Since you get ...


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To the best of my knowledge such a pass does not exist for Europe as of now. This does not exclude its existence, but it is highly unlikely. Furthermore I doubt you would be able to make significant savings if there were such a pass, compared to careful price shopping. Why I don't believe it exists Googling "Hotel Pass Europe" or "Hostel Pass Europe" ...


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European (or even single European country) hotel pass: I could not find any examples of this existing for Europe (there seem to be some hotel and hostel passes in NZ and Aus). I tried generic serach terms, and also dug around the websites of: Marriot, Hilton, Accor, Ibis, Best Western, HostelingInternational, HostelWorld, Generator Hostels, Wombat hostels. ...


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For the cities you want to visit, the most central location would be Florence. You need to take into account the length of the journeys to go to these cities from your base. Regarding visit time, I went to all four : you need to spend at least two days in Cinque Terre (3 to 4 if you want to hike), two days in Venice, 2 to 3 days in Rome, and 2 days in ...


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The differences between Ryokan and Minshuku have become blurred over time. While back in time, they were worlds apart, one serving members of the court while the other served the lesser ranked members of the entourage, when the court traveled between castles. Today they are not as distinctively different. And using "ryokan" in a hotel name is cheesy ...



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