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I reside in a simple two bedroom house, in a modest safe neighborhood with my mother and sister. There are two extremely soft and comfortable couches (one is in the living room, the other is in my sister's room), as well as enough floor space (in the living room) for two sleeping bags or an blow up bed. We have one small bird that is generally very quiet, especially at night. I don't smoke and nor do my mother or sister. There are plenty of things to do in San Diego: You can surf in Oceanside/Pacific Beach, Visit the small island of Coronado by ferry, Shop at one the many malls, restaurants, ect... including Balboa Park, with it's many museums, gardens and cafes, as well as the world famous San Diego Zoo and Wild Animal Park. There is also down-town San Diego, with it's many nightclubs/bars, as well as Horton Plaza and Seaport Village. There are buses that run 24 hours every day, expect for holidays, as well as the trolley and the coaster which are also very reasonably priced. I would be more then happy to show guests/visitors around San Diego, depending on the dates of their visit, as well my own availability/schedule. Generally, My family and I usually go to bed around 11:00 PM at the latest. In terms of a good time to host or number of days, it really depends on the guests/visitors planned dates, purpose of their visit and my personal availability/schedule. My family and I are heavily stocked with blankets, so bringing one is not necessary, unless you prefer to bring your own, which is completely optional.
I stay in the UTC / La Jolla area right next to University of California San Diego (UCSD), which is a fabulous neighborhood! It's about 15-20 minute drive from Downtown, or there're also buses that take about 30 mins from downtown. I share the apartment with my friend, but we've individual rooms and a huge living room. I've a sofa that unfolds into a small bed + a sleeping bag. 2 can crash comfortably, and 3 if you're okay with sleeping like cozy puppies. I dont smoke, although you can blissfully smoke outside on the patio. The La Jolla beach is just about a 7 minute drive, and there're buses for that too. Del Mar Beach is about a 15 minute drive, and there're a few hikes around here. I can definitely show people around on weekends! I work on weekdays though. The man's gotta earn his bread :-> I sleep by about 1 am on weekdays, and weekends - who has track of time? I don't! I'm an interesting party animal - so if you're here over a weekend, we're gonna run this town! I do have just 1 extra blanket :| Guess more than 3-4 days would be too many - but if me and my flatmate like you, that's void :)
Medium size room with double bed in our large 4 bedroom house 12-15 minutes from La Jolla, downtown San Diego & its Gaslamp District, train and trolley main stations. My husband and I are 30 minutes from the border to Mexico. Another 20 minutes and you can be at our second home in Rosarito. If you want to go to L.A. we know the area well. Transportation there by traing is about $28. dollars per person one way. By Megabus, it's betwen $1.00 and $12.00 depending on how far in advance you book! We have a son and a nephew in L.A. who might be willing to give you tips on that area depending on their time as they are in graduate school at USC. Feel free to use the kitchen and laundry here. You'll need to buy your own food. We are centrally located. Not far from anything! Plus we love peope who love to learn from travelling. I am an art historian, writer, and feminist. My husband is a sound mixer for movies and television, a speaker on film history, and a fun karoake singer.
My apartment is in the Pacific Beach area of San Diego. It is a fun area with great restaurants, bars and nightlife. We are also just five blocks from the beach which is also a fun scene and we generally have good surfing conditions too. I live here with my wife Lorena. We have an extra sofa bed that is available for visitors. This is a good area to explore San Diego as there is ample public transit options and the rest of San Diego including Downtown, Hillcrest and LaJolla can easily be accessed from here. I have been fortunate to host people from all over the world using GFL and I have had an excellent experience every time. In fact, some of my best friends I met through GFL. I will supply you with the necessary maps and sightseeing suggestions. You can get around pretty easily with the bus and trolly system but there is usually a bike available for visitors as well. Let me know when you plan on visiting and I will host you if I can. Chow!
I have a spare bedroom in a small two bedroom cottage. I had a roommate but he moved out and I don't really feel like moving to a smaller place. It has a queen sized bed, drawers and an alarm clock. There are currently no sheets, but I have blankets (not that you'll need them in San Diego). Feel free to use the kitchen. I have all the obvious cooking needs. I have lots of books you are free to read and have high speed wireless internet. I live in the hip, yet peaceful, South Park Area http://www.southparkscene.com/ of San Diego, across the street from the popular Whistle Stop bar and south of the North Park area where there are lots of bars and shows. I am located right next to Balboa Park and (if you follow the right trails) you can walk to the famous San Diego Zoo. You can also walk to the San Diego Trolley Orange line and ride it all the way down to Mexico if you like. If you travel with a dog, dogs are welcome.
I'm located in the Golden Hill area of San Diego which is very close to downtown, Coronado, Balboa Park, and Hillcrest. It's well connected by buses and taxis, and there is easy access to all the major freeways in SD. I have a queen size pull-out couch in my 1br apartment. Overall the place is nothing fancy, just a very comfortable dwelling of an independent gal. It's one of four apartments in a converted two-story house. Very charming, hardwood floors, lots of sunlight. Two bars and two coffeehouses within walking distance. Be forewarned, you can hear airplanes from my place, so unless you're used to it you'll want to bring earplugs. It's not a big deal to me, but I've been here for 6 months so I'm used to it. No TV, just comfy seating, books, and a yoga room complete with props that you're welcome to use while you're here.
Please note that this is about 20 miles north of San Diego, in a beach suburb called Solana Beach. I live in a small one bedroom condo, and I'm only able to offer the queen-size sofa bed in the living room. I'm 1.2 miles from the Coaster and Amtrak train stations, which offer services south to San Diego as well as points north (Los Angeles and above). The beach is just a bit further (1.4 miles). Bus service is about a five minute walk (note that public transportation in San Diego is quite time-consuming and not very efficient). There are some restaurants and stores across the street, and of course the kitchen is at your disposal. If I'm cooking dinner, you're more than welcome to join me for the meal. The complex has a pool, 5 hot tubs, and 2 racquetball courts that are available for your enjoyment.
I live in a very spacious house with 4 other roommates (3 girls and 2 guys). We are all college level ranging from 22- 25. The living room is a crash spot for our guests, either on the couches or a spare mattress that we can put down. We live in a place called Normal Heights, which is near a lot of cafes, bars and shops. We are a 10 minute drive to downtown and 10 minute drive to the beach. We do everything family style here so you'd be welcome to our fridge and what not. The area we live in is very diverse, so you'd have to be very open minded to stay with us. For example, if your not gay friendly, this would probably not be the place for you. San Diego is a really cool place with a lot to do and we look forward to showing anyone who comes our way a good time.
Small room with a comfortable single bed in a medium-sized apartment. Close to downtown..shops, restaurants and limited public transportation.Feel free to use the kitchen, but will have to buy your own food while here. Since I have limited space, it is best for a mature, solo, professional woman who would like a safe, comfortable environment in a good neighborhood. Please, just clean up after yourself the same as I. Also,no smoking and drinking (unless you imbibe in an occasional glass of wine) are allowed.In other words, no young party animals, but someone truly interested in travelling as a local and having a good, quality experience. Anywhere from one day to a week would probably be ok...just depends on your travel itinerary and my varied schedule.
Spare bed/couch/mattress in 2 bedroom townhouse for 1 honest and respectable female housemate preferred, but not required. Smoking ok outside in patio. Absolutely NO HEAVY DRUGS! Alcohol is ok, as long as you are mature about it. Access to full kitchen, bathroom, living area (provided you have own food). 10 min from sunny San Diego beaches and beautiful downtown. Very close to bus, trolley, restaurants, shopping and pubs. Public transportation is great here! We (husband and I) are in our mid 20's and I am fluent in English, Spanish and French. We are a pretty laid back couple with no kids and small house trained older dogs. Our place is generally kept clean and neat so, we do like to think you will be too. We would love to show you around too!
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