May 20, 2016
You move to a block because it’s quiet, near the hustle and bustle but apart from it. There’s usually available street parking and rarely much traffic. You wanted a residential block for your kids, not part of a business district. If you had wanted to live near a hotel, you could have, and you didn’t. Who wants the noise and the traffic? Tourists tramp through your neighborhood as if it were a fancified Ramada Inn parking lot, shouting at each other and treating flower beds as if they were ashtrays. So no, you’re not a fan of Airbnb….