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Where tourists aren't wanted
... clinical than the average hotel room, and carry touches of homey solace, like big closets, kitchens and lawns. But it's often their neighborhood feel that wins business: An Airbnb poll found...
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Florida Vacation Rental Managers Association
8 home-insurance-policy shockers
June 2010. State Farm paid $6,000 to remove the trees that struck Paustian’s 1895 Arts and Crafts bungalow, but nothing of an additional $6,000 that was needed for tree and debris removal and stump...
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A peek into The Great Houses of Ipswich
... to eight flats. "It was a dump," Alison recalled. "All the verandas were bathrooms and kitchens. "Some of the brickwork had plaster on it. It was awful." Alison and Terry had spent two...
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A bungalow in south Mumbai
... one thing but as far as status symbols go, nothing quite compares with an independent bungalow in the toniest city neighbourhood. Apart from the grandeur and exclusivity, the big thrill...
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National Centre for Performing Arts
Tips to know what home insurance covers and what ...
June 2010. State Farm paid $6,000 to remove the trees that struck Paustian's 1895 Arts and Crafts bungalow, but nothing of an additional $6,000 that was needed for tree and debris removal and stump...
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No new-house smell: How to build a scent-free, hy...
... houses. But in a home she recently completed in Mulmur, Ont. – a beautiful, waterside bungalow with sunbathed interiors and a rich, woodsy palette – “there was no new-home smell,” she...
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Castaway Island in Fiji is heaven on earth for ta...
... probably the most stark contrast I've ever seen - instead of swearing as most chefs do in most kitchens leading food in the country," he said. Mr Seeto said indigenous people still owned 95% of...
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