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Booking.com and Agoda also seem to do renting without ID verification. So now the list is VRBO 9flats Booking.com and Agoda.


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Lock type (3) sounds like a 'deadlocking nightlatch'. Common in Britain, where I live, the one described here costs 20 GB pounds. From the maker's website Advantages: You can lock or disable the handle from working inside, this is useful if nobody is in the property. If someone smashes the glass (if it has glass) they can’t unlock the door. It also ...


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That's also how most locks work in Spain, at least for points 1 and 2. The first mode ensures that the default state is a locked door; you can't foget to lock it after you, as soon as you pull it closed it will engage (incidentally, many locks are trivial to open in this state without a key so not very safe anyway). The second case is easily solvable as ...


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I don't think that there is a single popular platform for finding accommodation in Poland. There are at least few sites that seems to have decent amount of listings like nocowanie.pl or noclegowo.pl. Also Polish equivalent of eBay - olx.pl has some offers here. Of course AirBnb is quite popular (especially in touristic places), but prices seems to be more ...


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It is generally possible as there are a huge number of accommodations available. Unless you arrive during a really popular holiday, I would expect you to find some availability. Of course, it is impossible to say this with certainty. It will diminish your choices for sure though which will depend what you are looking for. The most desirable locations do get ...


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