The apartment is located in the heart of downtown Wellington, close to all the main places of interest and the cool nightlife spots. My husband Leonardo and I share it with Frida, a lovely rescue cat from Wellington SPCA.
The apartment is located in the heart of downtown Wellington, close to all the main places of interest and the cool nightlife spots. The building is a heritage construction dated 1935, and the architect who designed it is also the creator of Wellington Railway Station.
The rooms accessible to guests are: bedroom, bathroom (shared with us), kitchen, and lounge. The master bedroom shall remain private.
My husband Leonardo and I will be pleased to share information and tips with our guests, to make their stay as comfortable, pleasant, and entertaining as possible.
We proudly share our flat with Frida, a rescue cat from Wellington SPCA!
The apartment is a "Shoe-free home", and we will much appreciate if our guests could participate. Also, smoking is not permitted inside the apartment. We expect our guests to be tidy and respect both the common area and their private space. This might include not taking cooked food in the bedroom.
I am a PhD student in Translation Studies at Victoria University of Wellington, and I am mainly focused on poetry translation. I moved from Italy (Siena, in Tuscany) to New Zealand in June 2014 with my husband Leonardo, who is working as an architect at a NZ architecture firm. I love reading, writing, nature, yoga, good food, a glass of good wine every now and then... But, above all, I love the ocean. My husband and I are both scuba divers, and enjoy the warm weather and the sunshine at the beach. We made lots of good friends in Wellington, and we love living here!