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  • Sara in San Diego was the very first Superhost. She has been a host since 2008 and has learned a lot about making guests feel comfortable—like leaving cold brew in the fridge and child-proofing her home for families when they come to stay.
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"I love hosting even more than I expected. With people coming from all over the world to stay at my house, it feels like traveling without having to leave my own home."
  • Kitty is one of the longest-standing Airbnb Superhosts. Since 2009, she's been welcoming guests to experience her unique mushroom dome cabin in Aptos, California. What guests seem to appreciate the most, besides the 400 hummingbirds that can be found buzzing around her 10-acre property, is getting to know Kitty and her dog, Elliot.
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“I have met so many wonderful people from around the world that I would never have met if I hadn't had this opportunity with Airbnb.”
  • Toni is a Superhost in Athens, Greece who has hosted guests from 93 different countries this year alone. People come from all over the world to stay with Toni and be five minutes away from the ancient Acropolis Hill. What they don't expect is being able to grab a bite to eat at a restaurant owned by his mamá.
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"My home is our home. It’s very important to be dedicated to what we do."
  • Trending destination 16: Uzbekistan.

Architectural wonders like the Registan, the heart of the ancient Silk Road city of Samarkand, only partly explain the fast-rising attraction to Uzbekistan. Improved transportation has made it easier to explore the country in full, from the mosques of Bukhara to Tashkent’s bazaar to the waterfalls of Gulkam Canyon.

Our trending destinations for 2019 were selected based on search, booking and wish list data —click the link in our bio to see the other trending locations for next year.
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MICHAEL PHILLIPS

No man prefers to sleep two in a bed. In fact, you would a good deal rather not sleep with your own brother. I don’t know how it is, but people like to be private when they are sleeping. And when it comes to sleeping with an unknown stranger, in a strange inn, in a strange town, and that stranger a harpooneer, then your objections indefinitely multiply.

Nor was there any earthly reason why I as a sailor should sleep two in a bed, more than anybody else; for sailors no more sleep two in a bed at sea, than bachelor Kings do ashore. To be sure they all sleep together in one apartment, but you have your own hammock, and cover yourself with your own blanket, and sleep in your own skin.

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For with the charts of all four oceans before him, Ahab was threading a maze of currents and eddies, with a view to the more certain accomplishment of that monomaniac thought of his soul.

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The more I pondered over this harpooneer, the more I abominated the thought of sleeping with him. It was fair to presume that being a harpooneer, his linen or woollen, as the case might be, would not be of the tidiest.

  • Sara in San Diego was the very first Superhost. She has been a host since 2008 and has learned a lot about making guests feel comfortable—like leaving cold brew in the fridge and child-proofing her home for families when they come to stay.
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"I love hosting even more than I expected. With people coming from all over the world to stay at my house, it feels like traveling without having to leave my own home."
  • Kitty is one of the longest-standing Airbnb Superhosts. Since 2009, she's been welcoming guests to experience her unique mushroom dome cabin in Aptos, California. What guests seem to appreciate the most, besides the 400 hummingbirds that can be found buzzing around her 10-acre property, is getting to know Kitty and her dog, Elliot.
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“I have met so many wonderful people from around the world that I would never have met if I hadn't had this opportunity with Airbnb.”
  • Toni is a Superhost in Athens, Greece who has hosted guests from 93 different countries this year alone. People come from all over the world to stay with Toni and be five minutes away from the ancient Acropolis Hill. What they don't expect is being able to grab a bite to eat at a restaurant owned by his mamá.
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"My home is our home. It’s very important to be dedicated to what we do."
  • Trending destination 16: Uzbekistan.

Architectural wonders like the Registan, the heart of the ancient Silk Road city of Samarkand, only partly explain the fast-rising attraction to Uzbekistan. Improved transportation has made it easier to explore the country in full, from the mosques of Bukhara to Tashkent’s bazaar to the waterfalls of Gulkam Canyon.

Our trending destinations for 2019 were selected based on search, booking and wish list data —click the link in our bio to see the other trending locations for next year.
  • Trending destination 15: Pondicherry, India.

Known as the French capital of India, Pondicherry has the brightly painted colonial mansions and international vibe you might expect. But its natural attractions are equally rich, with teeming coral reefs and Pichavaram Mangrove Forest competing for attention. “Pondi” is also a major draw for spiritual seekers, whether the preferred practice is yoga, meditation, or hammock naps at a beachside villa. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Our #Airbnb19for2019 destinations were selected based on search, booking and wish list data—click the link in our bio or the hashtag to see the other trending locations for next year.

Photo: @saanyakhatwani
  • Trending destination 14: Winnipeg, Canada.

From its location in the Canadian Prairies, you may not expect to find a bustling cultural hub with world-class museums and dining. Hailing from Winnipeg's fur trade roots, The Forks was a historic meeting place on the Red and Assiniboine Rivers that is now home to the some of the city's best restaurants, shops and craft breweries. Depending on the season, a stroll over to St. Vital Park will lend itself to ice skating or a leisurely boat ride on the Red River without having to leave the city center.

Our #Airbnb19for2019 destinations were selected based on search, booking and wish list data—click the link in our bio or the hashtag to see the other trending locations for next year.

Photo: @_ferdous__
  • Trending destination 13: Batumi, Georgia.

Take an easy train ride from the capital city of Tbilisi to reach Georgia’s second-largest city, Batumi. There’s never a bad time to visit its colorful architecture and vibrant cultural scene—the coastal city benefits from a moderate climate year-round. If you choose to stay in a terrace apartment like this one, you'll have a view of the Black Sea by day and the lively promenade at night.

Our #Airbnb19for2019 destinations were selected based on search, booking and wish list data—click the link in our bio or the hashtag to see the other trending locations for next year.

Photo: @volobuevanastasia
  • Trending destination 12: Santa Catarina, Brazil.

This state in the southern region of Brazil is known for both its beaches and its mountains. Stick to coastal cities such as the state's capital of Florianópolis for surf villages and spectacular coastline. Or head inward for a taste of its heavy German influences in places like Blumenau, home to a famed annual Oktoberfest parade and alpine architecture.
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Our #Airbnb19for2019 destinations were selected based on search, booking and wish list data—click the link in our bio or the hashtag to see the other trending locations for next year.

Photo: @fabinogueira
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