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Finding 1 property for 3 months for this summer will not be easy, most short term rental properties do have some booked days already. Try www.fridayflats.com, they have about 4.000 rentals in Croatia, quite a good chance you will find something suitable for you and your family ;)


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I would opt for the flight that arrives the previous day. Then I would look for the cheapest hotel around the airport - make sure to look just outside the airport, and it'll be a lot cheaper than one right in the airport. Hotels usually offer free shuttle to/from the terminal. Once you get to Chicago, call the hotel and confirm the pickup time/location - ...


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There is a concise guide for a short layover in Chicago, published in Forbes http://www.forbes.com/sites/andrewbender/2014/01/21/layover-guide-chicago-ohare/ The guide recommends to buy a $10 day pass on a stored-value Ventra Card. A one-way ticket is $5 from O’Hare (vending machines in the station below the airport) Great pointers can also be found here: ...


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Homestay is more common in Iran. Stayed in one in Mashhad, rather by accident, than by choice :) It was not too bad. Don't expect too much. It had hot water, toilet and fan. Location was central, and Valid is able to help you with the visa if you'd like. We later found out, that it is refered in Lonely Planet. Therefore you get to meet foreigners as well. ...


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The main difference between a hotel and a hostel is that a hostel has dorm rooms (exclusively, or in addition to private rooms). I spent a month in Iran in May 2014 and I did stay in some dorm rooms in Yadz, Shiraz and Isfahan. Still those places felt more like hotels as the majority of the rooms were private and they didn't have a kitchen for guests. Still ...


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Did you have a look at those sites ? https://www.airbnb.fr/ https://www.sejourning.com/ http://www.bedycasa.com/ Here is a comparison (in french) of the three ones among other competitors: On the other hand, you could try to find a flat in Clichy. It is well connected with the subway. There are 10mn only between Mairie de Clichy and Gare Saint-Lazare. ...


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A simple search on booking.com shows that there are rooms available in the city starting from 68 euro per night for a double room on a date that I've chosen randomly since I don't know your dates. I set the minimum review score as 7, since the ones lower than that have been very disappointing to my experience. There is the map option, where you could see ...


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There are various low-budget hotels offering basic rooms around Paris. Hotels Formule 1 (F1) by Accor is one such franchise. The rooms are pretty basic, in other words you get what you pay for. These hotels are usually found outside the city, and (arguably) for this reason offer free car parking to their guests. Quoting from the linked Wikipedia page, here ...


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Borrowing from one of my answers on a similar question: Long-term rentals everywhere around the world typically require the tenant to prove the ability to pay the current and every future month rent. This is done by showing salary slips (usually the last 3 in France), payment receipts from previous rental agreements, a reference letter, and/or binding ...



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