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Has anyone had experience with AirBnB in getting lodging in private homes?

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I posted this on the U.S. Forum because the economy and exchange rate has limited my European travel planning of late. I got few responses, so I thought I would post on the Europe board.

I just ran across this site, AirBnB, on the net, and wondered if anyone had used it to find a place to stay. It advertises "Travel like a Human -- Rent nightly from real people in 1394 cities in 87 countries". Is it legit? I looked at the site http://www.airbnb.com/ and some of the listings in private homes seemed to be too good to be true. I also looked at the Paris listings, and some of those were interesting, as well.

Any comments/experience?

:-)

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