UNICORN STUDIO – gay owned apartment in central Reykjavik

Author: , November 28th, 2014

Gay owned apartment in Reykjavik, the Unicorn studio!

A large gay-owned studio apartment in the heart of Reykjavik with free concierge and booking services. Well equipped with kitchenette and free wifi. Suits 2-4 people traveling together. While central, the apartment is on a quiet, tucked away street and only a few minutes walk from Reykjavik’s main attractions, shops & restaurants. Check out the Unicorn studio website for more information.

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Perfect location in the Center of Reykjavik

Unicorn offers you the perfect location within walking distance to cafés, restaurants & nightlife. Reykjavík´s main shopping street, Laugavegur, is parallel to Hverfisgata so you’re in the heart of the city.

 Centrally located apartment in Reykjavik

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Centrally located apartment in Reykjavik

Centrally located apartment in Reykjavik

Centrally located apartment in Reykjavik

Airbnb Has a Gay Twin

Author: , April 14th, 2014

MisterbnbYou’ve probably heard the buzz about the web service Airbnb–a cursory glance at Google News will show that the website is a hot topic. While San Francisco has made headlines for its banning of the DIY apartment-rental service, Airbnb is becoming increasingly popular as an option in lieu of expensive hotel rates.

But convenient, affordable, and hyped as the service may be, some people (even those outside SF) have hangups about the website. Like any connection we make over the Internet, Airbnb involves an x-factor — the person at the other end of the wireless connection.

Misterbnb, a web service launched last spring, takes an Airbnb-esque approach to finding lodging, but it tailors its service to LGBT people and their allies, helping to assure users their experience will be an open and respectful one.

Authored By Jake Folsom – See the Full Story at Passport

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