"If that occurs in a week when two Mondays come together...."
I pruned this bit of text from the section on renting apartments:
and may allow only one Saturday night per seven days
It wasn't clear to me what that was trying to say. If someone knows what was meant (perhaps it's a maximum length of stay?), please restore it in a more comprehensible form. -- D. Guillaime 00:25, 23 February 2010 (EST)
I don't think it is a maximum length of stay, they are trying to highlight the techniques these places use to limit apartment bookings bookings. They usually make you book a 3 night minimum, but they may not accept a booking for a week that takes in two Saturday nights (two weeks would be fine). The arithmetic went wrong somewhere though. The reality seems to be that in peak summer period, if you aren't booking a period convenient to the owner (leaves single empty days, etc) they will just say they are booked out. Off-peak, even the minimum period stays seem to be negotiable. I'll think of some text. --inas 00:45, 23 February 2010 (EST)