PowellDwell: private room in a scenic location with strategic access to places of interest: 10 min driving from I-205 Exit 19, 20 min from downtown, 20 min from airport, 40 min from Mt. Hood, 40 min from the falls, 1 min from bus stop. Enjoy a view of grazing horses on pasture with the snow-capped Mt. Hood from my backyard deck. Within a few-minute drive or a short hike, you can be on top of Powell Butte to enjoy a bird's-eye view of the entire metro area with a 360-degree city-mountain skyline.
There are three bedrooms in the house. I'll be occupying two of them during your stay. The middle bedroom is available for your use. Your full bathroom is right by your bedroom and is for your private use only. The bed in the guest room is "Double"/"Full"-sized which measures 54" x 75" (i.e. 4'6" x 6'3").
Disponible para huéspedes
We'll share the kitchen.
You can park your car at the overflow parking space to the left of the trash cans against the white fence.
The fridge, microwave, and cooking stove are free to use.
The washer and dryer together is $5 per load, with detergent included.
Atención a los huéspedes
I'll be happy to give you rides to locations nearby at a small cost of $10 per ride.
Otros aspectos destacables
* Sunset time forecast: (URL HIDDEN) . Summer day is long so trust me, it is too early to head home at 7 pm. Winter day is short so a rainy day can mean 5 pm is somewhat too late to go to the waterfront park.
* If your group have three or more people, the third or fourth person can sleep in either 1) an indoor hammock or 2) a camping cot, with an air mattress for both options. I also have sleeping bags (for $10 per person).
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- Quiet hours: generally 22:30 - 6:00.
- I kindly ask my guests to remove shoes and leave them at the entry doorway area. Portland is notoriously rainy and shoes get muddy easily. To keep the guest room and my house clean for myself and all guests to enjoy, I figured it's best to just leave outside shoes off in general. If you use a pair of clean slippers for indoor use only, I'll be totally fine with that. Read more about why un-shoeing before entering houses can actually make sense:
I'm a thirty-something software engineer with a Ph.D. in hard science. I enjoy meeting and hosting guests and chat about topics ranging from mountain climbing to quantum mechanics. I'd say I'm quite easy-going and cordial as a host. If you need any special arragenment, please feel free to let me know, ideally in advance. As long as it is manageable given the circumstances at that time, I always try to be as helpful and accomodating as possible. Welcome to my place!