Airbnb was found in August of 2008 in San Francisco, California as a way for people to list and book accommodations around the world. While there are many ways to utilize the website and app, it is best known as a way to book or host a unique home – homes typically owned by someone. From staying in a “seashell house” in Isla Mujeres, Mexico to spending a week in a tree house in Atlanta, Georgia to overnight in a college student’s bedroom while he’s sleeping in the room across the house, no two places or experiences are the same.
Two South Dakota Airbnb’s let us into their homes to chat about what made them take the leap to host, what the process is like, and what stories they have about their guests.
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