Free street parking. Private room with a queen bed in a 2-story rowhome. An 8-min walk to 40th station SEPTA subway, 17-min walk to The Wharton School, UPenn or 20-min to Drexel. 15-minute walk to the CS Exam Center. Breakfast includes cereal, oatmeal or soylent, coffee and tea. Please remove your shoes upon entering the premises, slippers are provided.
The bedrooms are on the second floor, please watch your step.
Disponible para huéspedes
Street parking in front of and adjacent to the home is free. In addition, several surrounding residential streets in the neighborhood are free but please mind any signs, if posted. No signs = free parking. If you're unsure, we can check it out together.
Feel free to use the living room as you please. We enjoy hearing other musicians but please be gentle with the instruments, particularly the guitars. Depending on your phone, you can print directly to the printer through the network, no setup required.
All cooking tools in the kitchen are at your disposal. Yes, we have a rice cooker. There is a mini-fridge in your room for your convenience. If you finish the water filter in the kitchen, please fill it up so the person after will have some readily available.
The washer/dryer takes roughly 1.5 hour per load to wash and dry. Detergent is available.
The restroom is shared between the two guest bedrooms. Pick from a variety of shampoos, conditioner and body wash. If the towels in your room are not enough, extra towels in the bathroom are readily available. Please dispose of used towels in the laundry basket in the restroom. It is unfortunate but from past experiences, I must note that if you miss the seat and release bodily fluids onto the floor CLEAN IT UP, please and thank you.
Atención a los huéspedes
Unless I am eating or meeting guests for the first time, I typically remain a recluse in my room; however, I do enjoy a good conversation and am available for any curiosities you may have.
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Don't hesitate to contact me if you have ANY questions about the listing. Thank you for considering us as part of your visit to historic Philadelphia.
- No shoes in the house please
I'm Amanda. I am passionate about things that connect people: culture, languages, food--mostly food. I've traveled through several countries and have met folks from all across the globe; hopefully, reaching all continents by 35.
As a guest, I am curious and excited about the possibilities around me. As a host, I hope to provide a solid home base where guests feel comfortable exploring and asking questions about their new environment. When I'm not internally exhausted, as introverts can be, I'm a very lively individual.
It is my personal belief that being exposed to vastly different cultures and perspectives, we become unified as one people and grow in empathy and understanding for one another.
Looking forward to growing with you,