My cozy apartment is situated almost in the centre of Munich on the right side of the River Isar. In the middle of a typical urban bavarian green area, you will experience an afro-imediterreanean experience, in a mixture of colours and tastes.
I expect my guest behave themselves well! I have nice neighbors I would like to be respected by them as long as I will respect them too. You will be my guests, you should respect then the same rules that I respect!you cannot do wild parties, you cannot hear loud music after 10p.m., my neighbors will surely say you hello, it will be cool if you respond them with something similar. In my buildings everybody is gentle, nice,respectful, and calm, I expect you will be the same.
Если вы отмените бронирование за 24 часа до поездки или раньше, то мы вернем вам всю сумму бронирования. Если бронирование будет отменено позже чем за 24 часа, то мы удержим стоимость первой ночи.
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Hi I am Sara, I come from Pistoia, a small medieval city in the middle of Tuscany, where I learned the art of hospitality. My city is devoted to Saint James, the way of Saint James passes through my neighborhood, in the ancient times there were a lot of hostels, where pilgrims could have a rest, during the long trip from Rome to Santiago de Compostela. I moved from my beloved city but I will continue the tradition of my country offering a nice place to rest and to discover the beautiful city of Munich. Travelers are the pilgrims of the new era, and I am happy to host people that have the same love for travel like me. If you love to travel and meet people and you can also like to eat ethnical food and to cook it in my case, I like to walk, that's the reason why I love shoes and bags, even if not backpacks ;-), to skate, to ride and build/ fix bikes, to knit, I love photography, cinema, music, Africa and Brasil, literature, mostly african literature, that was also what I studied at the University. I am a supporter of the Ubuntu humanist philosophy, i.e. a "belief in a universal bond of sharing that connects all humanity". Nelson Mandela was used to explain it with this example: "A traveller through a country would stop at a village and he didn't have to ask for food or for water. Once he stops, the people give him food and attend him." I will share my place with you and give you maybe not food or water, but my hospitality, receiving you and offering you all what you need to feel welcome.