Even though this unit includes a shared bath, my husband and I felt like we had the place to ourselves most of the time. The bed was comfortable, and the apartment was kept clean and in good condition. The kitchen has everything you need to cook. The windows have mosquito screens and two glass panes with an air gap, which dampen any potential noise outside, which we never noticed there being any. There was one very cool night while we were here, and we slept with the windows open. But on warmer days, Moe’s AC saved the day. There was free parking just a few yards from the door which requires a guest parking pass that Moe gave us upon checkin. There is shared storage for large items (such as bikes) in the basement along with washers and dryers that can only be accessed with your keys for added security. These washer/dryers use a prepaid card, but Moe just let us use his and didn’t charge us. We both really liked Moe. He is extremely hard-working and was very friendly. He offered us advice about what to do in Boston, and, when he found out we had come to look at business schools, talked about his experience getting master’s degrees in similar fields. The unit was very close to several universities. We were able to bike to MIT and Harvard, and Boston College was within walking distance. The neighborhood was great, and we found Moe’s neighbors to be very friendly as well. We wound up staying 8 nights with Moe, because he was such a great host and we really liked exploring the area. We would definitely return. Unfortunately, we didn’t get to meet Ale since she was out of town. Thank you for helping us fall in love with Boston.