I had a good stay here. There was plenty of hot water. The wifi was usually very fast. It always worked. There is a laundry line outside the kitchen door. The neighborhood felt very safe. It was less than a 10 minute walk to the Dafni metro station on the red line. There is a relatively big supermarket located next to the metro station (relative to the others in Athens, which are generally smaller with less variety than supermarkets in the States). Be sure you have a map of the streets printed out because the locals do not know this street. Even a police officer stationed at a police box three blocks away looked at my screen shot of the street and surrounding streets then told me that it was very far away to the east. I was pretty sure he was wrong because the way I walked from the metro I knew it had to be that area and probably still a little west so I ignored what he said and kept going a couple blocks west and found it within a couple minutes. There is a street with the same name closer to the next metro station south of this one so make sure you have mapped the right street. There is a wood shop across the street but the bedroom is located on the other side of the apartment from it so if you close the bedroom door, the sound is minimal and the shop is not always cutting because it seems to be a one man operation. If you have a situation where you really need wifi, there is a beauty salon called Alexandra's (written in big purple letters on their window) one block west of the Dafni metro station that has it. The pass is their phone number printed on the window. You can find free wifi throughout Athens at cafes and eateries--when you need a password, it is usually the phone number.