À propos de ce logement
Techie bachelor pad opposite a more expensive hotel.
Most neighbors retired or couples, some w/pets. Family friendly.
arrival, departure, flexible, try to keep 6 hours between guests
minimalism, engineering, nerdiness.
In the guest room there's a queen sized bed and a twin sized bunk bed, the bottom half of which is a desk. I also have an air mattress that can go in there as well, and a fold out couch bed in the living room, as well as a Tempur-Pedic mattress that can be laid over any of those three options.
There's a washing/drying machine in the guest room that you can use, kinda small, though there are also larger paid machines located pretty much at the bottom of the stairs (personally I have never used the paid ones).
There's a combined kitchen/living room in between the two bedrooms. There's a microwave, refrigerator, oven, sink, and a fireplace.
Accès des voyageurs
There's a community pool/barbecue.
There's a patio. Which if you enjoy watching highway ramps is fantastically located (slight sarcasm, I am sure some people would in fact find it enthralling).
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I do live at my place. In terms of privacy, mon-sat I'm usually at the library around 10-6 or 1-9 pm (ish, my sleep schedule drifts). Sundays I might go to the capitol if the weather's nice.
Also if you need to contact me, airbnb message is usually more reliable than my "cell", which is actually a (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) voice number which I access through a browser extension.
Condo is on the third floor and there's no elevator.
Left to my own devices I don't use the fridge, though I keep it on for guests.
My water bill is based strictly on the square footage of the condo, but I never told you that.
You get to set the temperature.
All the food in the kitchen is fair game. (pretty much rice and peanuts, for breakfast I have oatmeal or granola and powdered milk (not too bad in cereal/oatmeal/granola)) I won't touch anything you buy/bring unless you explicitly tell me it's okay though.
If you want to smoke/vape please use the patio to do so.
Drinking is okay, getting wasted, not so much. I never go past one drink myself, and don't keep alcohol in the condo. You can if you wish. To re-iterate, please drink in moderation.
Please don't play music/make noise so loudly that neighbors can hear it, especially past 10pm, violates HOA rules. The City of Austin Noise Ordinance, found in Chapter 9-2 of the City of Austin Codes and Ordinances states "a person may not make an unreasonable noise between the hours of 10:30 p.m. and 7 a.m. or create a sound or vibration more than 30 feet from a vehicle. Sound must be kept reasonably low within the house between these hours as well by hosts and guests alike."
Please ask before bringing any additional guests over.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 24 heures avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.
What are 5 things you can’t live without?
some degree of creative freedom
a couple close social ties e.g. family
philosophy/religion, though you might not agree that I have either
Share your favorite travel destinations,
My favorite destination so far would probably have to be McDonald Observatory.
I would like to visit New Zealand, Russia, and Japan. I would also like to visit the Grand Canyon again except this time hike through it instead of just looking at it.
zen and the art of motorcycle maintenance
a deepness in the sky
kung fu hustle
one punch man
classical, electronic, 60-80s, especially prog rock, math rock, random stuff on reddit, sometimes jazz
well I usually eat diy soylent, also enjoy rice, peanuts, and hot sauce, peanut butter and banana sandwiches, and buffets. Not exactly a culinary expert.
Style of Airbnb hosting,
interaction optional, in terms of conversation I enjoy trying to anticipate the future, pop philosophy, logic problems, the chemistry of food, video games. Also if you have a physics problem I would love to take a crack at it.
Do you have a life motto? Still thinking about it. One thing I do think is, you should make choices that will lead to more plentiful, meaningful choices in the future, in general. Okay that might sound obvious.