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***** My schedule sometimes allows me to accommodate last minute travelers, so feel free to contact me even if it's short notice. ***** I live solo in a small and cozy studio (one-room) apartment in Dupont Circle, right downtown. It's the most central location in all of Washington (you can easily walk everywhere from my place). My location details: - 3 blocks to Red, Orange and Blue Metro lines - 4 blocks from the White House - 5 minute walk to The Mall (museums, monuments) - 10 minute walk to Dupont Circle - 20 minute walk to Adams Morgan - 20 minute walk to Georgetown - 2 blocks from Whole Foods, CVS I've got Internet access you can use. I usually go to bed around around 11 or 12 during the week and later on the weekends. If I'm free, I can definitely show you around at night. And if you like to dance, I can take to you some cool dance joints. No pets. I don't smoke. I have blankets/sheets/pillow/towels and pretty comfy couch that fits one person (the floor is carpeted, if you need to use sleeping bags). I can generally host any day of the week. I think 3 nights is a good number to start, but I'm always open to more if there's a good vibe... Any other questions? Email me!
You have the option of sleeping on the same bed with the person you come with, if you are comfortable with that. You can always sleep in different places. Sleeping arrangements depend on you and whoever else is at the house. I have a very, very comfy couch. I have another couch downstairs. There are sometimes spare bedrooms. Also, some floor space but no spare inflatable mattresses. I can only host when there is space available. I have family that stay here, and I don't want to put them in the middle of any of this. So, no offense if I can't help you. Also, even if I can't host you, I can usually find some time to show you around. My house is very clean. No shoes inside. We occasionally have a dog. He's very laid back and gives great hugs. No one here smokes but you are welcome to smoke outside, as long as you don't throw the butts all about the place. Also, I wouldn't leave you in the house by yourself. Sorry :( I usually leave for work at 9:15. Ask for details!
Look at Anna Wlodarczk's listing below...I have a seperate Freeloaders account, but it is the same apartment. (You get bonus points if you don't send the same email to both of us...it shows you cared enough to actually read the listings :) Small spare room with a twin or queen air mattress in a 2 bedroom apartment. We're centrally located, close to 3 of D.C. most interesting and happening neighborhoods. Public transportation is right outside our door (buses). The metro is 4 blocks away. We'll be happy to cook a meal for 1-2 day visitors. Longer-term visitors are welcome to use the kitchen, but should get their own food. We'll be happy to accomodate couples, or a pair of friends who don't mind sleeping in the same bed.
Surprisingly comfortable sleeper sofa in the living room of my 1-bedroom apartment in Columbia Heights. The bus that stops right in front of the building runs all day and night to Dupont, the White House and Metro Center. It's *roughly* 15 mins. to U Street, 20 to Dupont, and 25 to the White House. The Columbia Heights Metro is 4-5 blocks away. The Mount Pleasant and Adams-Morgan neighborhoods are within walking distance (10 and 20 minutes, respectively). Last, but definitely not least, it's a pleasant 15-minute walk to the trails in Rock Creek Park, DC's best kept secret. (NB: I'm not a fan of TV, so I don't have one, but you can check email, and phone calls to anywhere in the US and Canada are free.)
Full-sized bed in a three-bedroom house owned by myself and my husband (and a friendly dog named Pandora). We actually live in Falls Church, VA, about a 20-minute walk from Metro (the subway system). It takes around 20-25 minutes from the station to get onto the National Mall, where you can visit the Smithsonian Museums, the Washington and Lincoln Memorials, etc. Our house is a five minute walk from a bike path that links with numerous trails, and there's a grocery store (and several other shops and restaurants) halfway between the house and the subway stop. Please note that this is a new location for us; the recommendation currently listed is from an older house.
We live in a one-bedroom apartment in Silver Spring, Maryland, just outside the District. We've had a number of our freeloading friends already crash on our couch, and I can tell you from experience it's pretty comfy. We're literally a block away from the Metro (the subway) on the Red Line. From the Metro it's about a 15 minute ride to downtown DC and the Mall. We like playing tourguide but don't always have time, even on the weekends. However, we have a 3-inch binder full of maps, things to do, brochures, that we inhereted when we moved out here. There is also a rental car place in the building next to ours.
Nous offrons le logement à Washington, DC, la ville de capitol des USA au bateau, comm un echange. Notre bateau est de 15 metres de long et de 3 metres de large, avec un stateroom principal avec le bain et la douche privés et un deuxième cabine avec le bain et la douche privés. La cuisine est entièrement équipée du fourneau, du réfrigérateur, de la micro-onde, du four de grille-pain et de tous les outils de cuisine. Le salon est grand et confortable. Les photos et une description complète sont disponibles. Voir http://www.switchome.org/en/index.php? action=listingview&listingID=7819
I currently live in a townhouse that is in the Eastern Market neighborhood of DC. From the townhouse, I am a 7 minute walk from a variety of restaurants and pubs, as well as the Eastern Market Metro (blue/orange lines). I work on Capitol Hill and it's only a 20 minute walk. I currently share the townhouse with a housemate - we are two professional women in our late 20's, so I am unable to provide accommodation. I am, however, available to meet for a walking tour of the city. I'm chockful of suggestions and tips and am always happy to even meet just for a warm beverage - my treat.
I live in Old Town Alexandria, 3 blocks (5 minute walk) from the King Street Metro & Alexandria Amtrak Station. Downtown Washington DC is about a 15-20 minute ride along the Yellow or Blue subway from the King Street station. I live alone and will be able to offer a comfy sofa in the livingroom. The apartment is smoke free, pet free, and children free. Feel free to smoke on the terrace down the hall, but please leave your pets and kids at home. Weekends > weekdays. I work Monday to Friday and leave by 7:00am. Yea - seriously, but I'm usually back early.
You would be staying on a futon in the living room by yourselves, though with the cats. Guests should be prepared to have our cats snuggle up next to you while sleeping (this *might* not happen, but it is a possibility). Unfortunately, the futon is the only available space in our smallish apartment, so if you are more than one, you'll be getting cozy with each other. There is no smoking or smokers allowed in the house (allergies). We have plenty of blankets and towels.




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