Información sobre este anuncio
Moving to a new place could be scary, and we want to make you feel warm and happy by hosting you. Built in the 70s, the house is surrounded by embassies, fascinating neighbours (including top government officials and CEOs), and jumping kangaroos.
Your room has a double bed with bedside lamp, a closet with clothes hangers.
The kitchen features a full set of appliances, including electric burner, oven, and dishwasher, all made by Electrolux.
Want to look fresh?
Washing machine is available for guest use at the lower level.
Want to get things done?
You can use the office space at the lower level.
Servicios y zonas comunes
Washing machine (located at the lower level next to the office)
Office at the lower level
Chromecast in the lounge room
Bathroom on the upper level
Clean towels and bedsheets in the closet in the corridor
Details are also contained in the Guest Manual located in each guest room.
Atención a los huéspedes
If there are other AirBNB guests staying at the house, I am more than happy to introduce them to you. Guests have been surprised to find how much common interests they have with one another.
Please keep your volume down at night to be respectful of the neighbours.
Puedes cancelar hasta 5 días antes del viaje y recibir un reembolso completo, incluidas las tarifas de servicio.
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Learning from each other makes us grow and become better humans. My girlfriend and I enjoy learning from people from different career and cultural background, and that's why we love hosting.
"Life is too short to piss away." Born in China, raised in US, and tanned in Australia, I appreciate diversity and try to live the truth out of my life. As a naturally curious person, I ask many questions and love to engage guests in conversations on philosophy, politics, religion, science, innovation, relationship and creative ideas.
"There is joy and peace that comes only with mastery." That's why I like to focus rather than to dabble. Instead of learning a few words in 10 languages, I specialise in just 3. When I visit a place, I prefer to learn deeply about the people there, about their joy, pain, hopes and struggles, rather than being a tourist.