Cozy apartment in the historic Chinatown of Paolo Sarpi. Spacious and bright is located 10 minutes from the famous Corso Como, 15 minutes from the Little Theatre and only 25 minutes from the Duomo. A typical railing between vases of fragrant flowers, you can make use of the welcome email hidden; the kitchen is independent, with American plan, equipped with gas stove, fridge and freezer. The bathroom has a washbasin, bidet and bath. E 'can use the bike, parked in the courtyard of the building. The apartment is located on the 2nd floor of a stately building surrounded by shops, restaurants and a supermarket within walking distance from home. For sports lovers, you can walk to reach the Parco Sempione (the garden of the Castello Sforzesco), great for jogging, to play basketball and to spend some time out and relax. The apartment is very well served by public transport: tram 2, 14 and various bus are 2 steps from the house of (website hidden), the metro stop Porta Garibaldi (green line) is only 10 minutes.
The house you are about to book is my (website hidden) live every day and I leave it solely to accommodate you. This is an important thing, many hosts have of empty houses that use only for rent, instead I rent my house that is full of my things. -Style Airbnb.
I ask only respect and cleanliness.
I open the door and do not put limits. If after a long and intense back home and it's too late to go to the supermarket you can safely take a packet of pasta from my pantry and then rimettercelo the next day. If you break a glass is not a problem, these things (website hidden) do not smoke but if you want to smoke in the house, it does not matter, then you open the windows.
But please take care of the furniture, objects and be clean.
Remember to ventilate the house every day, the environment needs to breathe. When you shower when wet clay collect water and attention to the collection that you will be thoroughly explained to the check-in.
Always remember that you are not in a hotel. Even if you are paying guests. I trust in the common sense, education and mutual respect.