Your private room has a full bed, sofa, closet & two dressers. Good for 1-2 adventurers. Kitchen & bathroom are shared. Close to metro/public transport, Chipotle, Sala Thai, Dunkin Donuts & grocery.
Metro: Rhode Island Ave (Red Line)
Private room with a full-sized bed, comfy futon couch, small closet, A/C Unit, and an iron and ironing board. Clean sheets and towels provided for each new guest. Kitchen-access and use of full-set of pots and pans. Please note that host has a strict gluten-free diet and has marked various appliances with "GF" to indicate that only gluten-free foods should be used in that appliance.
Guests share the bathroom with owners and sometimes other Airbnb guests that rent the other room. Guests can use the kitchen and dining table, as needed.
There are three bedrooms in the apartment. I and my girlfriend live in one room in the apartment. We have other Airbnb guests in the other room. We work during the day and have a busy social life. I try to meet Airbnb guests on the first day, although that isn't always possible.
The room is equipped with a window A/C Unit, which keeps the room cool in the summertime.
We are shoe-free inside the house. Alcohol is fine, if you are legally allowed to drink. No federally-illegal substances of any kind will be tolerated in the house, including marijuana (medical or otherwise). Check-in is pretty flexible. Check-out is 12pm. You may store bags by the closet in the living room for later pick-up.
We also kindly request the following:
- Remove shoes in the apartment.
- Use of Washer/Dryer costs $5 per load. Soap is included.
- You may consume alcohol is you are of age, just not ours. Please bring your own.
- Due to our jobs, no federal illegal substances are allowed, not even marijuana.
I'm an avid traveler and love having discussions with just about anyone. I speak English and Spanish and studied some Arabic in grad school. I love cooking and eating good food, especially baking which had been tough since finding out that I need a gluten-free diet. I think I might be a foodie, because when I tell people about my travels, I always seem to describe the food!