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    i was wondering..does anyone know if this is possible in england? to stay in a hotel for like a year...
    LOL this is gonna sound funny..but i was watching kourtney and kim take new york, and i fell oin love with the room they rent out in a hotel in new york. and ive googled a few hotels neat my uni...but none seem to let you stay for over 30 days :/
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    Erm....you do realise how incredibly expensive it will be, don't you?

    To be honest, I considered doing something similar. As I was having trouble finding a house, and I effectively only have a dissertation to do, I considered stay at home for most of the week. Then living in my university city (Durham) for three days a week ( £110)- just staying in a hotel. Gives me time to get involved with hillwalking and still go out in Durham. But I found a house in the end. I was never seriously considering it.

    Anyway if you really want to do it, then just keep moving hotels every 30 days or so.
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    i was wondering..does anyone know if this is possible in england? to stay in a hotel for like a year...
    LOL this is gonna sound funny..but i was watching kourtney and kim take new york, and i fell oin love with the room they rent out in a hotel in new york. and ive googled a few hotels neat my uni...but none seem to let you stay for over 30 days :/
    Don't you want a place of your own? Like a one bed flat? That would give you the same freedom but without the extortionate costs.

    Plus, if you could only stay for 30 days at a time, you would have to live very light indeed to be able to haul all your stuff between hotels. It would be very unsettling and then your work would probably suffer.
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    You'd never be able to settle down and make it into your own place. Plus what about cooking your own food and stuff? Or living with other people?
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    What would you eat? :lolwut: Unless you wanted to live on snack food and takeaways. I mean, I guess you could rig up the kettle to cook fresh pasta/rice, but that would be about it...
 
 
 
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