Cailey Rizzo
September 05, 2018
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Travel not only to Dallas but back in time at this Airbnb.

The McFly, owned by Jeremy and Kelsey Turner, is welcoming guests who want to relive the vibrant pastel-toned, arcade-themed vibe of the ‘80s.

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“I had the idea when I was thinking about how kids’ rooms in ‘80s and ‘90s movies always looked so fun and over the top,” Turner told Central Track. “I thought it’d be fun to make a whole house like that on Airbnb.”

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Opened earlier this summer, the Airbnb is the stuff of ‘80s kid dreams: there’s a cereal bar, bunk beds, and even a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles arcade game. Michael Jackson posters are everywhere and a giant Crayola crayon festoons the living room. A Nintendo — complete with games like RoboCop, Super Mario 3, and Tetris — brings guests of a certain age right back to their childhoods. 

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The listing is complete with authentic vintage furniture from the ‘80s. The kitchen table looks lifted straight from an ‘80s sitcom set. Bedsheets are printed with the graphics of paper cups from the mall or early video games. A hand-painted mural in the dining room completes the retro set-up. The house is capable of hosting up to six guests.

To book: airbnb.com, from $82 per night 

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