We have a charming Eduardian flat available for you, centrally located in Laurel Heights. We're a short bus ride from Union Square, Haight-Ashbury and Ocean or Baker Beach. There are many restaurants and bars nearby, and a farmers market on Sundays.
Our neighborhood is safe and clean and parking is relatively easy to find. Don't have a car? an Uber ride won't break the bank and several bus routes are a stones throw away.
The space: For SF standards, our flat is spacious. We have two bedrooms, each of them with a queen sized bed that comfortably fits two, and a living room with two convertible sofas. One of the sofas comfortably fits one person, and the other comfortably fits two. There's one and a half bathrooms, and a fully equipped kitchen.
Other than the bathrooms of course, you would have access to the living room, the kitchen, and the roof.
I love talking about my favorite places and things to do in the city. Please don't hesitate to ask.
Parties are aplenty in SF and they're close enough. We typically don't bring it back home. We hope our guests respect our space and do the same.
One of the most popular dim sum places is right down stairs for a taste of some of the best Chinese food in SF!
We are near the part of Golden Gate Park closest to the Conservatory of Flowers, DeYoung Museum, and the Academy of Sciences. All are a short 15 minute walk away.
Food and stuff: A grocery store is located 2 blocks away. Trader Joe's and Target a quarter mile away. You can find almost anything else on Clement Street.
Laundry is not available on site however, there's a (relatively cheap) fluff and fold 2 blocks away, and several laundromats nearby.
Our home is a 2 bedroom walk up and has an unblocked stair case. Not recommended if you have younger children due to safety concerns or have limited mobility.
My name is Carina and I am addicting to traveling! Considering that I have acquired a taste for this expensive habit, I am very thankful for a community like Airbnb. My goal is to conquer the world! well... at least try and see everywhere I possibly can whenever I find the time :)
To tell you a bit about myself, I'd have to start with my upbringing. My parents never stayed in my home town when I was growing up. They took me (pictured on the left) and my sister (right) traveling... They taught us to be polite, respectful, and to enjoy the environment for what it is.
My adventures usually include meeting locals and sharing experiences with them. Among my favorite experiences are volunteering for a summer camp in Lebanon, dry camping in Armenia, swimming in the Dead Sea while staring at the stars with my new friends in Israel, and even getting ripped off having to pay for a free parking space in Italy (you got to laugh at these things... they happen) .
Along the way, I've met incredible people many of them whom I still keep in touch with. The universe has always been generous with me when its come to traveling, and it would only be fair that I return that positive energy.
When at home in the fair city of San Francisco, I spend my time hiking, going to restaurants, or making dinner with friends. I love showing people my city, so one day hopefully, I'll have the chance of returning a favor if you're ever in town.