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Break Bad And Stay In Aaron Paul's Sweet Airbnb Pad

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | May 20, 2016

Break Bad And Stay In Aaron Paul's Sweet Airbnb Pad

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Fans of “Breaking Bad” or simply lavish living will be pleased to hear you can now stay in Aaron Paul’s home via Airbnb.

At least, we think you can stay there.

There is some conjecture at the moment as to just how easily you can find the 36-year-old actor’s Boise, Idaho home on the service.

Mashable’s Andrea Romano points to this link where Paul’s listing should be featured. Instead, you get a cavalcade of other Boise accommodations that are lovely, but aren’t quite the Hollywood experience we are looking for.

Our own cursory investigation failed to bring back Paul’s listing, regardless of how many dates we managed to input into the search.

However, the Internet was kind enough to offer a glimpse of the accommodations.

Recently, Paul had the opportunity to live the good life in Park City, Utah – a moment he was happy to commemorate with a hat tip to Airbnb.

Caption: “What an incredible weekend!! Thank you so much @airbnb for picking up the tab on this beautiful property in Park City. Unreal! Thank you, thank you and thank you.”

According to the report, this amazingly comfy property is yours, if you can find it, for all of $560 AUD (or about $405). is careful to offer some more costs you should note: “What it doesn't include is the cleaning fee ($200) and the security deposit ($1,000). But if you plan to stay the week, there is a 24-percent discount.”

We presume the site has been inundated with requests. Considering that it makes for the perfect place to binge watch “Breaking Bad” in its entirety we completely understand.

We wait patiently to get in on Paul’s Idaho oasis.

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