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We have started to use a star-system so that it’s easier to show our thoughts about the places we visit. Here’s the decoding:
We wouldn’t stay in this place, we’d rather sleep in the train station or airport. If it’s an airline, we wouldn’t even consider flying them again, we’d rather flap our arms and attempt to fly.
It’s starting to get better and might be ok for a night or if the train station or airport look too dodgy. If it’s an airline, we would probably consider it again if we are on a very tight budget.
Much better, I would stay for a weekend. But of course, lacks some perks. If it’s an airline, we’ll certainly fly again.
It’s getting even better. Close to perfection. Maybe lacks free wi-fi.If it’s an airline, it’s certainly a good option.
You hit jackpot! This is perfection!
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