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No toddler dancing in this apartment!

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There are many who try other forms of accommodation when traveling. One of the good options is, as you know, that you can rent an apartment via Wimdu or AirBnB, and of course there are some house rules, so everyone gets a good experience. These house rules apply to a Wimdu apartment in New York, and here at the editorial office we are quite enthusiastic about the many possibilities that open up. Tires must be smoked, the pets can be sold / traded (perhaps most relevant for stockbrokers!) And it sounds like the owners would like to come by if you entertain with karaoke or spontaneous belly dancing. On the other hand, there is no, absolutely no, toddler-break dance before noon. 7 in the morning, where you then - obviously - have to give it full throttle. So there are many opportunities for a unique travel experience!

Nice trip. And good luck.

 

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PS: Trouser troll could well be an involuntary subordination of "Toddler", ie. a little child. Fortunately, it is the fewest three-year-olds who can dance break dance, but one has heard that they have tried. And it's fair enough that you do not want that kind before kl. 7 in the morning. By the way, we are absolutely sure that the three-year-old will probably also respect… You can read more about family travel here

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