Brand-new: Pinball on AirBnB Experiences Switzerland

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Brand-new: Pinball on AirBnB Experiences Switzerland


By KurtWehrli

25 days ago



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#1 25 days ago

Plan for your next trip to Europe.

https://www.airbnb.com/experiences/540029?locale=en

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#2 25 days ago

Does this include Shasta?

#3 25 days ago

#4 25 days ago

Shasta

#5 25 days ago

A little insider joke from years ago. Anyway it is something I have not seen done before. For $150 I actually think it is a fair value to be picked up, wined and dined and then to be educated and play pinball. Let us know how it works out.

#6 25 days ago

Nice.

#7 25 days ago
Quoted from pinmister:

A little insider joke from years ago. Anyway it is something I have not seen done before. For $150 I actually think it is a fair value to be picked up, wined and dined and then to be educated and play pinball. Let us know how it works out.

Thank you very much for your feedback ... yeah, indeed, it is a pretty fair value in Switzerland !!

As an illustration:
A pizza in an average Swiss restaurant costs around 25 US$ (in Zurich up to 30), a cup of coffee around 5 US$, a bottle of Amarone (what we serve, unlimited) between 85-120 US$

I'm pleased to keep you posted ….

#8 25 days ago
Quoted from KurtWehrli:

Thank you very much for your feedback ... yeah, indeed, it is a pretty fair value in Switzerland !!

I have had a thought about purchasing another home and turning my home into an AirBnB short term rental, I always wonder what I might be able to charge per night? Some rentals near me rent for several hundreds a night and they do not have a pinball collection to play.

#9 25 days ago

Pinball and Erdinger Next time I'm over there for work, I might just swing by for a Friday night.

#10 25 days ago
Quoted from eh97ac:

Pinball and Erdinger Next time I'm over there for work, I might just swing by for a Friday night.

You are welcome ... we've got enough space, so we might talk about staying overnight.

Kind of reluctant and suspicious so far .... but with Pinside members I would give it a try.

#11 25 days ago
Quoted from pinmister:

I have had a thought about purchasing another home and turning my home into an AirBnB short term rental, I always wonder what I might be able to charge per night? Some rentals near me rent for several hundreds a night and they do not have a pinball collection to play.

I've heard from a similar ambition in another domain here.
Following model seemed to work by asking potential clients: "Please make me an offer. What's the value for you?"
Folks seems to be more generous than expected, especially if you bring in your empathy and your soul.

#12 25 days ago

This post links the inside joke posts so you can understand the reference...it’s been a long standing joke now on Pinside if you search Shasta here you will see numerous references also.

https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/craigslist-ad#post-3507375

#13 25 days ago
Quoted from Pinballlew:

This post links the inside joke posts so you can understand the reference...it’s been a long standing joke now on Pinside if you search Shasta here you will see numerous references also.
https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/craigslist-ad#post-3507375

I've got it, thanks a lot

#14 25 days ago

that's pretty neat !

#15 25 days ago
Quoted from KurtWehrli:

Thank you very much for your feedback ... yeah, indeed, it is a pretty fair value in Switzerland !!
As an illustration:
A pizza in an average Swiss restaurant costs around 25 US$ (in Zurich up to 30), a cup of coffee around 5 US$, a bottle of Amarone (what we serve, unlimited) between 85-120 US$
I'm pleased to keep you posted ….

That's cheaper than New York City in the Theater/Times Square area.

#16 25 days ago
Quoted from MrBally:

That's cheaper than New York City in the Theater/Times Square area.

moments, where you look at your pay slip and wonder, if a zero has been suppressed erroneously right hand side of the amount ... in the Gulf region, even two digits

#17 23 days ago

Wow, life is so exciting

My youngest baby is my oldest baby.

Model "Derby",
from one of the few German pinball manufacturers:
T.H. Bergmann & Company, of Hamburg, Germany (1938-1968)

Same age as myself, fully operational as myself

Just unbelievable, the development "in a couple of years".

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