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Spare rooms - Coquette House For Rent

Coquette House For Rent

Colombes - France
2

In a small residence in a quiet area based in Colombes, located close to publ...

2
Marie
(5)
per night per week per month
35 € 300 € 750 €
Holiday rentals  - Superb apartment sublet

Superb apartment sublet

Paris - France
4

A sublet a beautiful apartment of 50 m2, very well furnished, decorated and f...

4
Claude
per night per week per month
- 1500 € 3500 €
Spare rooms - Room for rent in Biscay

Room for rent in Biscay

Auch - France
2

Room in the old house in a typical Gascogne. Green environment and countrysid...

2
Gilles
(2)
per night per week per month
30 € 150 € 300 €

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Studying in Nottingham: What to do and where to stay

Studying in Nottingham: What to do and where to stay

Published 20/02/17 | Students | Tips for Students

Nottingham is one of the UK’s top student cities, with the University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University both high in the rankings. The two universities both have several campuses for the 61,000 students that study in the city. If you’re considering studying at either of the city’s universities, read on to find out all you need to know. What to do When it comes to nightlife, Nottingham has a lot on offer. The main student nights are held at clubs like Ocean, Ink, Rock City and Stealth, while there are many bars such as Pitcher and Piano, Das Kino (complete with ping pong tables), the hidden bar Boilermaker and the gothic Pit and Pendulum. The city also has great live music venues such as the Motorpoint arena, The Bodega, Rock City and The Maze. For something more relaxed, the city also has several good theatres and art galleries. When you arrive in Nottingham, the first thing you should do is hit the main tourist attractions. Home to Robin Hood, you can check out Sherwood Forest...

Accommodation in exchange for work: the alternative to a student job

Accommodation in exchange for work: the alternative to a student job

One example of accommodation in exchange for services : intergenerational living There are some difficult things about being a student ; lack of money, finding a student job, finding affordable accommodation… Finding a student job which will allow you to pay your rent and give you enough time to study can be a hard balance to strike, never mind having a social life. Here, we will give you the run down on an alternative which could solve all those problems : accommodation in exchange for work. The idea of accommodation in exchange for work This formula is relatively new, but growing in popularity. For students, it generally involves a landlord offering somewhere to live either in their own home or a separate lodging in exchange for services which are clearly defined from the outset. This solution allows students to save a significant amount on their rent, while simultaneously developing a positive relationship with their host. The work offered can range from babysitting to homework help, from cleaning the house to tending the garden. An alternative to a student job Many students end up...

What to do in Amsterdam in 3 Days

What to do in Amsterdam in 3 Days

Published 15/02/17 | Travel | Europe

A 3 day break in Amsterdam is ideal to visit and get to know the Dutch capital. Full of charm, the city will delight you with its canals, its vast array of museums and its vibrant nightlife. Roomlala has drawn up a quick itinerary to make sure you don’t miss the best of Amsterdam. Day 1: the city centre and canals Amsterdam is best discovered by foot or, as the locals prefer to travel, by bike. To start off your trip, we suggest a visit to the centre of the city, dropping by The Begijnhof, Dam Square, the Royal Palace and the famous Red Light District, where you’ll meet the rest of the city’s tourists. End your first day in Amsterdam with a walk around the Rembrandtplein. You could also take a boat ride and see the city from its canals. Day 2: park, brunch, boutiques The Vondelpark in Amsterdam is widely known, often called the ‘green lung’ of the city. Take a stroll in the green oasis within the city, from which you can admire the...

DIY Tips: Zen Living

DIY Tips: Zen Living

Light, warm colours, fresh scents… It doesn’t take much to immediately make you feel good in a place. Zen interior design inspires relaxation and tranquility. By following a few simple design suggestions, you too can create a calm, relaxing space that gives you energy. The importance of light There is nothing less welcoming than a gloomy room. In order for us to feel good in a room, we need to have as much light as possible in a room. This can be through windows, wall lights, lamps or candles. They also provide a great way to decorate your walls, ceiling, floors or work space. A room which is alive… Being around flowers and plants in your living space is extremely relaxing. The sudden smell of a rose which has just come into bloom and watering a nice shrub that exists solely for you can evoke positive and natural sentiments in us all. The pleasant colours and smells of plants can also have a positive impact on the ambiance of your zen home. … and natural To make your living room...

Grenoble, Rennes and Toulouse: the best student cities in France

Grenoble, Rennes and Toulouse: the best student cities in France

Published 10/02/17 | Students | Erasmus

Every year, the French site L’Étudiant (The Student) publishes a ranking of the best student cities in France. Judging by several factors, they provide a snapshot of the best cities to in France for student life. Roomlala has provided a quick run-down of the top three and the method they used to work it out. Why are Grenoble, Rennes and Toulouse the best student cities? Rennes, Toulouse and Grenoble – three cities of medium size – have nabbed the top three spots on the leaderboard of French student cities. In part due to the wide range of courses in different specialities available, these cities can attract a wide range of students from different backgrounds. Rennes charms students with its historic city centre, its festive environment and host of social activities. Toulouse is known as a welcoming city, with a vibrant lifestyle but still practical as you can get about everywhere on foot. As for Grenoble, most students are attracted by its breath-taking scenery and its proximity to the slopes! Rennes and Toulouse have many universities and thus offer a...

Redesigning Your Bathroom

Redesigning Your Bathroom

You likely spend about 45 minutes per day in the bathroom. That’s a lot of time, and it’s also probably where you spend the beginning of your day. So if your bathroom doesn’t make you feel welcome, how are you supposed to have an good day? Here are some tips to revamp your bathroom, giving it a facelift, but at a fraction of the cost of hiring a professional. Relook the floor and walls of your bathroom The easiest solution is to paint! It might only take an hour or two to completely repaint your bathroom. The moisture from the water in your bathroom can make your old paint job look worn out. Make your space look fresh and clean by adding a new layer of color to your walls. Painting your space can completely change the room’s feel. For instance, a charcoal gray brings modernity to the room. Another great fix can be changing the tiles. This may seem really hard to do, but now there are quick ways to replace your tiles without making...

 

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