Don't go to Paris. Don't tour Paris, and please don't 'do' Paris. Live in Paris. When you Airbnb in Paris, you have your own home. Make your bed. Cook. You know, the stuff you normally do. Don't go to LA. Don't go to New York. Don't go to Tokyo. Live there. Live in Malibu. Live in the East Village. Live in Shinagawa. Feel at home anywhere. Do your regular routine. Wherever you go, don't go there. Live there, even if it's just for a night.
1. If you 'do' a city or country, you visit it as a tourist, probably as part of a set itinerary.
2. Note that Airbnb is now a verb (well, it's used as one in the ad, but the OED might not agree!)
This would be a great ad for getting students to talk about their travel experiences — which cities they've been to, where they stayed, where they'd like to go, etc. You could also organize a debate on the pros and cons of using Airbnb (there's plenty of material on the web).
Airbnb was originally called AirBed&Breakfast, a play on the fact that the founders put up their first guests on airbeds. Read more >>
• Critics Blame Airbnb For San Francisco's Housing Problems (NPR)
• Put Away the Selfie Stick and Live Like a Local, Urges Airbnb's New Campaign (Adweek)
• The Pros and Cons of Using Airbnb (Investopedia)