Life as a globetrotter led David Roberts and his wife Elaine Kuok to find a new apartment every month for a year using Airbnb. Roberts recounts their experiences in a story for The New York Times.
Living in Airbnb residences taught the couple numerous positive and negative things about living home-free. One thing was the best neighborhoods aren't always the biggest names:
...our initial choice of neighborhoods, such as the West Village and SoHo, was lovely for visitors, celebrities and bankers, but less ideal for the proletariat. It showed us also that there were gems to be discovered, such as Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, which we liked so much we extended our stay to two months.
To learn more about the year-long Airbnb experience of Roberts and Kuok, head over to The New York Times: