2. Choosing holiday accommodation: Where shall we stay?
In the Internet age, it’s easy to book your accommodation directly from the owner. Take a look at these listings from a holiday accommodation website. Then answer the questions in the exercice below.
1. Modern two-bed apartment, completely renovated recently. Central location in quiet side street, great transport links, good for sightseeing. Sleeps 2–3 (1 double, 1 single + sofa bed in lounge). disabled accessbehindertengerechter EingangDisabled access and lift. Reserved off-street parkingParkmöglichkeit abseits der Straßeoff-street parking. 120 euros per night.
2. One room for single traveller in family home in the suburbVorortsuburbs. Quiet location. en-suite facility (UK)Schlafzimmer mit eigenem BadEn-suite facilities. TV, broadband, shared use of garden, bike. Meals with family and laundryWäschelaundry available if required. Long- and short-term lets available. Pickup from central station available on request. 37 euros per night.
3. Live on the water! cosygemütlichCosy houseboat near the historic centre. Sleeps two. Shower room. Everything provided, including heating (wood-burning stoveOfenstove), gas for cooking, hot water. bed linenBettwäscheBed linen and towels available at 10 euros pp. Minimum stay three nights. Not suitable for wheelchairRollstuhlwheelchairs. 70 euros per night.
4. Downtown one-bed studio apartment (sleeps two max). Nightlife on your doorstep. Tram stop directly outside front door. Studio is above a cafe — great breakfasts! Wi-Fi. 65 euros per night.
Now try the exercise below.