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One slightly short green couch, and one fold out futon in the livingroom. It's a two bedroom, one bathroom apartment. The apartment is near a couple of bus lines, and is a pretty quick busride away from the downtown/central area. You are welcome to join us for meals while you are here. We are vegetarian, and can accomadate a vegan diet pretty easily if you let us know ahead of time. There are also many nice little restaurants nearby in close walking distance. There are two Mexican places, a New York style pizzaria, an (expensive) Italian pasta place, a Chinese restaurant, an American southern style buffet, a bar, a local burger joint, a French bakery and deli, a KFC, and a topless bar with beer and chicken wings and stuff. I'm probably leaving a few out. There isn't much shopping nearby, but there is a 24 hour Walgreens for those emergency things you may need, only about a ten minute walk away. And there is a farmer's market with plenty of produce and a few other food items about a three minute walk away. It's open until 7 pm. There are also a few salons in the immediate area, including a beauty school for really cheap haircuts and pedicures and such. I went to school there, so I if I go with you I can usually get you half-off of the already low prices as well. For shopping, I recommend the central area near UNM. It's a quick busride away with one transfer. There are tons of neat little shops and restaurants there, and it's close to downtown. During the day, the central bus runs every ten minutes.
We have basic facilities in a small house.Tents in the back yard are ok too. You may use the kitchen and laundry. That's us. We will accommodate anyone that'nice. This city is exciting with many different forms of recreation. Staying in the house or camping (backyard) with us is usually fine. There are different types of stay were we are involved. From a pull out couch in the living room for handicaped, to camping in the backyard. If it's just a place to crash we have it. We do have cots and maybe a bed. We have a very large back yard for long time stay. Use a tent there. This city is combined with a number of activities if you care to.: such as hiking, climbing, hill hiking, swimming, or biking in the forests, or mountains. Plus all the regular tourist stuff. My family, me (grandma) and Sugar (12 year old kid) and the love of my life are it. Our place in Albuquerque is just a nich'. Small house. Bring sleeping bags, air mattresses etc.for camping and think a reasonable time limit. In other words, not a year. Albuquerque is a cheap city if you look for deals. Busses, train to other cities, great transit for easy getting around. We try to help save bucks for people. Our outside bar-b-q is there too. We have room for any tent that comes. Bring your own food. We have limited bed for handicapped.
While the house is already full, we are more than willing to make the space comfortable for up to two travelers at most times in our 4 bedroom single-story home. Unfortunately you will have to pay for your own food, but the kitchen and bathrooms in the home are free to use whenever you need. We live a short walk or an even shorter bus ride from most of Albuquerque's main attractions, and there are plenty of restaurants and bars to be visited in the area as well. If you are more the outdoor type, the Sandia Mountains are quite literally in our front yard, and the Jemez Springs are a wonderful camping spot if you can stomach a longer car ride. If you find our city isn't what you're looking for, a quick train ride can take us to and from a number of other cities quick as you like! Despite being an American state, New Mexico is a wonderful blend of Native American, Mexican, and American traditions and culture! Feel free to come experience the best of all three worlds with us in the Land of Enchantment, New Mexico!
Private room with full sized (double sized) comfortable bed, 11 x 13 feet bedroom, guest bathroom is down the hall and is in two parts: sink area is shared with three cats' litterbox, and tub/shower and toilet is in separate room with door. Bathrobes and slippers provided to get you down the hall in privacy. Ceiling fan, evaporative cooler and gas heat in your bedroom is provided for your comfort. One window which you can open for fresh air as you wish. Cats are not allowed in your bedroom. HEPA filtering machine is provided in your bedroom for your added comfort. You have free use of the food and drinks in the kitchen, come and go as you wish, two living rooms are there for you to enjoy. Coffee pot, eggs, yogurt, fruits, cereals are available for free breakfast. Let me know if you need space in the refrigerator for your stuff. Absolutely no smoking or drugs and no pets. Backyard has a hot tub and a hammock, patio furniture and a BBQ grill.
We have a really small house (it's easy to keep clean) with a small spare room which we use for an office. It also has a futon which opens into a full bed (just smaller then a queen if that means anything to you). We will normally only host 2 people but should we decide to host a larger group/family we also have a couch in the living room and a queen airbed. There is a full bath across the hall from the spare room. We supply all bed linen (you have slept in that sleeping bag long enough) and towels. There is also a washer and dryer available for the laundry which has been building up. We share our kitchen and ask that you plan on the same. We have lots of maps and tourist information and love to help you see our area and state. We have been so lucky to have had wonderful hosts in our travels and we keep trying to outdo them.
Older midum sized home in a country setting. Small private room and with a comfortable single bed including a private bathroom with full shower. Located in the suburb of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Quiet country setting, but close to local supermarket, restaurants and other general stores and some speciality shops. The city of Albuquerque is convienantly located just 15 minutes north. Albuquerque offers all the big city amenities all within a traditional soutwest setting. Feel free to use the kitchen, but you will have to buy your own food. My place is a great base to explore New Mexico and all it has to offer, including, snow skiing, water skiing, Native American culture, and much more, as I am centrally located
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A private bedroom and bath and use of the kitchen in my home located in a suburb of Albuquerque. Convenient driving distance to Santa Fe, Albuquerque, ski resorts and ancient native North American ruins of the southwestern U.S. Excellent location to explore sites in every direction. Many of the really interesting ancient ruins and other sites are an hour to 4 hours drive so some form of transportation will be needed. The money you'll save in lodging will be well spent to rent a car. There is public transportation available if Albuquerque and Santa Fe are your only destinations. No smoking in the house but I've got no problem with a pint or two.
12 foot by 12 foot guest bedroom, comfortable double bed, your own private guest bathroom with tub/shower down the hall and the sink area is shared with the litterbox of 3 cats. Very safe, quiet, upscale neighborhood with excellent view of the Sandia mountains. Entire house on the ground floor. House not exactly wheelchair-accessible, but pretty good. City bus stop at closest major intersection. Walking distance to two grocery stores. Tub shower with water-saving shower head in the guest bathroom; the step-in shower in our bedroom has stronger water pressure if you prefer that. Hot tub in the back yard.
A two-bed room apartment owned by myself in Shanghai, China. I am currently away from my apartment in the U.S.It locates in the downtown area, in Xuhui District in the west of Shanghai. It locates in a school area. You can have access to many restaurants, some supermarkets within three to five minutes walk. The public transportation is very convenient too. Since the apartment is inside the school, you can use the school cafeteria, too. There is a bathroom, a kitchen, and a refrigerator. The apartment is cozy. Be my guest. Sorry, I am in the U.S. now. Therefore, I cannot host you at this moment.
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