À propos de ce logement
One Bedroom with full size bed, Approximately 850 square feet, with Bathtub, full kitchen with dishwasher.
Quick walk to bus routes, five minutes from downtown, or a six dollar cab ride. What makes this place special is its uncommon aboriginal aesthetic and breathtaking views. The main room has two large windows with views spanning from the Willamette River to the Cascade Mountains. Mount Hood, Mt. Adams and the infamous Mount St. Helens are in clear view. You are on top of our beautiful city.
The apartment belongs to world renown Tuvan Throat Singer, Soriah.
The walls are covered in ethnic folk art, costumes and relics from years of international travel and stage performance. This is a sacred space, and may seem a bit intense to the casual traveler.
Located on the lower slope of the Portland Heights Neighborhood known as "Gander Ridge" in the Southwest Hills. This is a secluded, quiet, residential and very affluent area. Respect for the neighbors is a must, but there is no need to tip toe around. Walk into town, enjoy the view, breathe the air, absorb the magic.
This is the perfect place for the seeking traveler.
Smoking permitted outside. One of two bedrooms closed off. Please be respectful of downstairs neighbors. No pets. Please respect the art and relics, do not move or handle.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 5 jours avant votre voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.
I am the Tuvan throat singer/ performance ritual artist known as Soriah. I travel the globe extensively in the Summer months. I'm very dedicated to my craft, so I regularly travel to the Central Asian Republic of Tuva which is literally "outer Mongolia" to study, perform and compete. When I'm in town, I'm a performer, Radio Cab driver and local scenester. I love breaking new ground, I love exploring new cuisine, which makes me a true Portlander. I take the simple pleasures in life and make them offerings to the sacred. I'm no stranger to hosting friends and friends of friends. I have an AMAZING place and my way of expressing gratitude for the many people who have hosted me on my wanderings in the past is to do the same for others. You're more than welcome!