The room is cozy, quiet, art-filled and well-appointed. It's ideal for solo adventurers and business travelers. Breakfast snacks and coffee/tea are included. The townhouse is a 7-12 minute drive to all downtown locations, and very convenient to OSU/Hospitals. A parking pass is available as well as ample on-street parking on a quiet residential street.
There's an adjacent study that comes with the booking, for spreading out, working on a laptop or just storing luggage.
The room is freshly painted with a new (full size) bed, antique dresser, mirror, side table and good lighting, as well as a large closet. Art on the walls are two montages of Edson Chagas's takeaway photo-posters from MoMA's 2015 Ocean of Images exhibition.
The adjacent office space which guests are encouraged to use is also freshly painted. There are recent periodicals and books to use during your stay.
In addition to the bedroom and shared bath there's a kitchen for tea/coffee and breakfast snacks, as well as a separate mini-fridge in the kitchen for anything guests want to keep cool. Guests should feel free to use the living room/dining area anytime they wish. There's a half bath on the ground floor as well.
Interakcija s gostima
There's no pressure to socialize, but that being said, I've had some wonderful spontaneous conversations with guests and have always enjoyed the interactions. I'm always available to answer any questions and recommend restaurants and cultural venues. See below for a few recommendations.
I recommend parking on La Vista Drive, a few feet from the front door to the townhouse. There is always plenty of parking on La Vista Drive and the street is quiet. Or if you prefer, please ask for the parking pass for a designated spot on Baja Lane.
Please leave your shoes by the front door and keep food and (non-water) drinks in the kitchen, living room, and dining room.
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I'm a Canadian-born, Boston native now living in the great city of Columbus. I love this town, its friendly Midwestern vibe, and combination of small city feel with big city amenities. I work in the non-profit sector and am generally up to speed on local arts and the foodie scene so if guests need a recommendation for nights on the town let me know!
I love all things Italian (I lived in Rome for three years). Sicily is next on the list of places to visit on the peninsula.
I like modern furniture and my house reflects my taste for distinctive art and mid-20th century design. I also believe in supporting local art when I can. I have a few nice pieces by local artists and I'm always looking for more.
I hope guests to my apartment find it relaxing and a great place to unwind. Everyone who's stayed here has told me that they feel a sense of peace and calm.