À propos de ce logement
Bright and clean apartment located in Saint Gilles, a charming hood well known for its monuments, restaurants and architecture.
About 10 minutes from the city centre.
"On a fresh and peaceful evening, I lit up the candles, put some music and read a book...This place is special"
The apartment is in a typical old Brussels house with a wooden floor and high ceilings.
It has a half equipped kitchen, a living room with a small balcony. At the back of the house you'll find the bedroom with its Italian shower.
The toilet is located across a small balcony where I grow my plants.
Ideally located in the upper reaches of Saint Gilles with an easy access to the city centre, this charming neighborhood is well known for its art nouveau architecture and its great monuments such as the Porte de Hal and the impressive town hall.
The apartment is close to the Forest Park where people enjoy their morning jogs.
The area is full of great restaurants and bars.
As much as I love dogs (I d love to have a vizsla) they cannot be allowed in the apartment.
Accès des voyageurs
As guests, you'll have access to the whole apartment.
There is one bright living room with a small balcony, a bedroom with an Italian shower and an half equipped kitchen with a fridge and a microwave.
I also have a bike and a Molki game for the park.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 7 jours avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement à hauteur de 50 % et les frais de service vous sont remboursés intégralement.
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I’m David, a 30 years old boy living in the wonderful capital of Europe.
I can say I m curious, adventurous and always looking for new challenges.
At the age of 10 I started colllecting photos of countries around the world cut in old magazines. I would call the ambassy and other tourism offices to ask for brochures they could send home (internet wasn’t popular at that time).
When I turned 18, my parents offered me the opportunity to spend one schoolyear in California.
After 2 months of hard work cleaning offices windows during the summer holiday, I was in L.A. ! (No need to tell you how fun it was…)
Since then, I travelled the world ; hiked on the Lofoten Island, gardened in Woody Allen’s house in New York, partied under the Hollywood Sign in Los Angeles, taught English at the Chiang Mai University, met Santa Claus in Finland, rode a bike in the empty streets of Paris and most important : I met many great people.
To keep these memories alive, i always bring along my photocamera and a notebook in which I write down my feelings (It is always fun to reread the notes a few year after).
I also love making short movies of my holidays and invite my friends over to show them what they've missed.
According to my experience, the most unique destination would be Asia. I ve only been to Thailand but from what I ve seen and heard, Laos, Cambodge, Japan, Malaysia, China, Indonesia are very tempting places to discover.
I also love wandering around in a city avoiding the tourist crowd and looking for the most authentic places to be.
I remember that old lady we met in a lavatory in San Francisco. She happened to be an ex stewardess for the Panam company ! We ended up talking the whole evening. Unforgettable !
What I expect from the Airbnb experience is to dive into the culture of a country by staying in an actual residential area, meeting its owner and sharing some tips about the city I will visit or simply talking about life while cooking a good meal.