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Which is best for you, a guest writes

A guest writes about their home, which they are looking to rent.

But if they have more than one family member, they may find it difficult to find a suitable rental.

In this article, a writer from the family’s family home says it’s not the number of people but how they are brought up that makes a difference.

Here are some tips on what makes it work.

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Have a strong family traditionA family member who knows their place will be a big help in finding a suitable room.

For example, a relative who’s a great cook and can make a wonderful meal is also a great fit.

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Get a kitchen or shared kitchen if possibleA shared kitchen is the ideal choice, but you might be able to find some space with a kitchenette, shared bathroom or shared living room.

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Find a spot with good lighting and privacyA guest writes that their home is in a quiet area.

They also write that it’s easier to find something with privacy in the middle of the street and not in a commercial area.

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Make a plan before bookingYou don’t have to book the room, but be aware that it might not be ideal.

If you want to stay longer, you might find it easier to book a shorter period.

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Make sure it’s all booked in advanceWhen it comes to renting, it’s important to get in touch with the property and ensure it’s booked in the right way.

A lot of places are booked on the first weekend in April, but that doesn’t mean you can just book on the weekend.

You need to make sure the house is booked before you go to bed on that weekend.

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Make your reservation earlyA good rule of thumb is to book your room early so that you don’t miss out on a great night’s sleep.

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Check the availabilityThe best way to find out what’s available for a night is to check the website for your chosen hostel or hostel-type accommodation.

It’s usually a good idea to book online if you’re planning to stay in the same hostel as your family, or if you want a place to stay with friends or family.

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Find the right hostelThe hostel’s website will help you find out whether there are any vacancies for a particular room type.

If there are, you can find out more about the accommodation type you can rent.

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Make the arrangements for the nightYou might be surprised how many people will take advantage of a room on offer and leave before the night even starts.

But a room in a shared or shared bathroom is a great choice, especially if you can share it with a relative.

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Make plans to get up earlyThe hostels are looking for places for families to stay on weekends, but they don’t want families to leave early.

The best thing is to arrange to get an early start for your family before you do, so you can get a good night’s rest.

You’ll need to book as soon as possible.

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Make yourself available to family when you arriveThe hostelling website will tell you where you can see the rooms and make arrangements for people to get there.

This will also help if there are issues at home, such as a family member is sick.

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Check out the room before you bookIt’s always a good practice to check out the rooms before you start your stay, because if you find any problems, you won’t have enough time to make a plan for your next move.

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Make reservations for a day of the weekIt’s important that you make arrangements to have a place for your guests to stay.

If a room is available on the day of a planned weekend, you’ll have a good chance of finding a room when it’s available.

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Book accommodation for two nightsYou might have booked your rooms for the weekend, but the hostel is expecting the family to stay overnight.

You can book up to two nights for two families, with a minimum of one night.

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Take a break if it’s neededA hostel can offer a night of relaxation to staff or guests when they’re not in the house.

It could be a quiet room with a balcony and a sofa, or a quiet spot to relax on a couch or a bed.

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Find an Airbnb in your areaAirbnb.com has a lot of options, and they’re all great options.

Find out what makes them the best option for you.

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Check for vacanciesA host is looking for guests to book their rooms and is offering them a room or a place they can stay.

They will then book up a reservation, so if you don-t book you can always find a place.

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Take advantage of the free WiFi on offerA host might be offering a room for free, but a lot can be done for free when you check out their website.

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Book a meal with the hostThe