I blame Airbnb's flakiness for my fascination with nice hotels.

@kai Someone in the office said he recently stayed in an AirBNB for a couple of weeks and he was ready to return to #hotel_living.

@lnxw37a2 the apartment in Los Angeles was beautiful but the previous guest left something behind and we were both very busy. Every day we tried to make arrangements to meet. It was a constant annoyance.

In Toronto I've been cancelled on and I've dug keys out of fire extinguisher cabinets.

Once the main door was broken. I called the host and he asked if I could call someone else. Gee, thanks. Fortunately a kind stranger let me in.

Enough nonsense!

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