I am happy to welcome you at my place, a cosy and comfortable apartment situated at the 1st floor of a Thirties building in the charming and central neighbourhood of San Saba, near the Baths of Caracalla. You'll stay in a nice room with a small double bed, an independent and furnished balcony and Wi-Fi. The bathroom is shared with me. My kitchen, my guitars and piano, and my books are for guests' use.
In addition to Italian…
On parle français
Man spricht Deutsch (nur ein wenig!)
Domluvím se česky.
Общение с гостями
The flat is my home, with all the perfections and the imperfections of a home. I will receive you more like friends than like guests. If you have any suggestions, please feel free to tell me at once, so that I can improve your stay at once. Sure, any remark you can write after your stay in your review is useful for me for next guests, but not for you!
I am happy to share my kitchen with you. I wish that you clean it after you use it and that you wash your dishes.
When going out, please close the window and lower the blinds in your room, and lock the flat door.
After booking, please let me know ASAP your arrival time (flight time and airport; train time and station).
Your room has got an electric fan at the ceiling: to switch it on, you have to switch on the light switch.
To open and close the blinds, there is a rope on the right of the window.
Looking forward to seeing you!
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I am 45, I translate and I sing. These are my passions, beside French and Catalan literatures, cooking and eating, and drinking fine wine. I speak French, English, Catalan. I studied Japanese and German, but I forgot almost everything. I would sell my soul to the devil if I could learn a new language every year (now I'm learning Czech) and have a voice as beautiful as some Opera singers I like (Felicity Lott, Elina Garanca, Susan Graham, for example). If tomorrow I'll get up with such voice, it means that the devil has read this message!
Airbnb asks for my motto. I would say that it is the last sentence of "Candide" by Voltaire, when Candide says "Cela est bien dit, mails il faut cultiver notre jardin" (This is well said, but we must cultivate our own garden).