Smack in the city center, you'll find it's pretty nice to be able to walk to so many places in a few mins! restaurants/cafes/bars all around!
There's a great view, spacious living room, kitchen, & 1.5 bathrooms, & it's all very classic & cozy.
The room has a high double bed, desk, big closet, fan/heater, and there's an option for a mattress should you need one!
The room entrance goes through the balcony, which connects it with the living room, kitchen, apartment entrance & bathroom area.
The location is just as central as you can get while still having a nice view and being right in between so many things, and very near to public transportation though most times you won't need it! you can walk to so many museums, old city attractions, marketplaces, bars&clubs that you'll be using your legs most of the time.
There's a big balcony that connects the main living room/kitchen/bathroom to the other rooms, so you pass through and you're in the bed room, there's a double sized mattress, a desk, closets etc.. and if you'll need anything else ofc just let me know!
Disponible para huéspedes
Guests will have a living room they can use besides their room which is accessed from the balcony, it's comfortable for 2 people, and ofc there's the kitchen if they'd like to cook/fry/bake, a washing machine and clothes hanger, and a very nice balcony.
Atención a los huéspedes
Depending on my guests interests, and my spare time i'd be up for many different things, be it just having a dinner, going out in the evening (usually on Thursdays), playing a boardgame, watching a movie, going to the nearby park etc.. and any other interesting activity that would fit then and there!
Otros aspectos destacables
If you're looking for a young, intelligent, fun & relaxing vibe to dwell in while contending with the stress & awe of this region and city, tis' the place for you.
In good taste & manners plz
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Heya, iv'e been living in Jerusalem for the past ~9 years, and in this country for most of my life (a few years in the U.S), but have managed to travel around quite a bit.
It's a great city to live in, it's visually stunning, sometimes frustrating, always interesting and full of things to see, & there's rarely a lack of things to do, and i would do my best to guide, offer & suggest ofcourse.
At the moment i work as a software engineer, and prior to that did mostly translations as a student, i like to go out & enjoy the city's nightlife, it's a good contrast from the often tense daytime vibes.