Airbnb is clearly not for us. We have had a good experience in Boston, but this experience helped us realize that a clean, well-equipped hotel room is perfect for us. Sofya's apartment is in a good location, but the building is drab and unattractive. Upon entering, the hallway smells of urine, and the hallways are dimly lit. That was a huge safety concern for me. The host was there cleaning when I checked in, which was after the published check in time, and claimed that I stated I would be in later, which didn't impress me. The photos show a bright yellow kitchen AND a drab, dimly lit one....the dimly lit drab kitchen is the true kitchen, so I am not sure why the other pictures are posted. The bedroom is as photographed and seemed comfortable, but when we realized how dark the apartment was, and how many amenities were missing (like the coffee maker, which the host offered to bring over later after I had called Airbnb to complain about a few things and request a cancellation) and that the door lock didn't seem to be working right, we ended up leaving. We paid a much cheaper price for a clean, safe, comfortable hotel room elsewhere. It was a shame not to be refunded fully given that we called to complain about not feeling comfortable there immediately. To each, his or her own! Not sure why people choose to do Airbnb really when you can stay in a nice hotel room and not pay a cleaning fee and Airbnb's fee....lesson learned.