A warm apartment in an ideal location, close to great food in all price ranges and lots of shopping. From the apartment, it's 10 minutes by metro to Duomo and Centro Historico. The apartment is in the heart of Porta Venezia, a couple blocks from a giant public park and four blocks from one of the best (if not the outright best) bakeries in Milan. In the apartment, you'll have your own private bedroom that opens out to a shared balcony. I would love to host you!
The apartment is a small, two-bedroom apartment with shared bathroom as well as a kitchenette with an oven, stove and full-sized fridge. It's on the second floor (two floors above ground floor) and looks out over Via Castaldi. The private bedroom has a queen bed with a memory foam mattress pad. There's also a large living room with a couch.
You have full access to the apartment, including the larger bedroom, a shared balcony, bathroom, kitchen, and living room. You'll have your own set of keys and can come and go as you please. The apartment is on the second floor (the ground floor being floor 0). None of the apartments in this building have numbers. Take the stairs on the left to get to the elevator. After you take the elevator or walk up to the second floor, walk all the way around to the last apartment before the stairs up to the third floor--that's my apartment. I'm intercom number 29 at front door (listed as Sionis)
Общение с гостями
I'm in medical school, so if I'm in the apartment, chances are I'll be studying in my room. You're always welcome to ask me questions regardless of what I'm doing, and I'll try to help as best I can. I'm fairly new to the city, so no promises that I'll know. If I'm motivated to cook dinner, you're always welcome to join me!
Другие важные подробности
During the week, I'm usually in classes until 17:30 and can make it home usually by 18:00. Sometimes that changes, but more frequently than not, that's the case. It may be possible to prearrange a way to give you the keys if you'd like to get into the apartment earlier, but usually I won't be home before then. I'm sorry, I realize that's inconvenient, but unfortunately there's not much I can do about it.
I am very easy-going. I just ask that you treat my place as you would treat your own.