Must-have content typically includes:
Step 2. Decide what nice-to-have information to include
A big part of traveling is the fun of exploring a new area, but it’s also nice to have a local’s point of view. Help your home exchange guests have a great experience by being a “virtual tourist guide,” with suggestions for places they might not find in their travel books.
Nice-to-have information might include:
Tip: Pick up brochures, maps and other sight-seeing information your guests might find useful
Step 3. Write and put together your home user guide
Make your home user guide easy to read. Use lists and headings to help guests quickly find specific information. Keep sentences and paragraphs to a minimum. To assemble the guide, you can staple the pages of instructions and suggestions together and put the maps, menus, and brochures in a basket or put everything in a binder or folder with pockets.
|Tip: E-mail guests a copy of the written part of the guide so they can look it over and ask questions before they arrive.|
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