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How big? Well, 60,000 people were staying on Airbnb that night. That’s five times the number of guests from August 4, 2011.
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The company put together a few graphics celebrating this feat:
As of February 2012, 5 million guest nights have been booked worldwide since the site’s launch in 2007, with a 500% growth in the past year and accommodations in over 19,000 cities 겨울왕국1 더빙.
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Doubtless, the dour Victorian author would have wanted us to celebrate the day exploring the city he loved and hated, London.
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The cathedral – one of the oldest churches in London – appears in a classically Dickensian sentence from Oliver Twist: “The tower of old Saint Saviour’s Church, and the spire of Saint Magnus, so long the giant-warders of the ancient bridge, were visible in the gloom.”