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In a fully renovated century home in downtown, a small guest room for a single person. It is great to have privacy and your bathroom on the same floor. We also off a terrace to read books during the day and enjoy a glass of wine as the sun goes down.
We love this old house, reformed respecting its original architecture. It is on the second floor, without elevator. Our relaxed and comfortable apartment with exposed brick has a true city feeling! It comfortably fits one and is centrally located on a quiet street, just three blocks from 9 de Julio Avenue. Enjoy roof access and easy access to all the main subway lines!
You can use the washing machine, the kitchen, the fridge and the phone for local calls. We have two kittens, very curious. We do not smoke. If you smoke, only at the terrace, please. We have a terrace, with chairs, deck, hammocks and umbrellas to allow you a calm day reading, checking emails or sleeping. We also have two lovely and friendly cats: El Polaco and Tita.
It is our small guest room, on the first floor of our apartment, independent and quiet, with a private bathroom, closet, and WiFi. The room has a single bed and a second pull-out bed underneath, a light table, a work table, a couple of chairs and a wardrobe 2.50 m x 2.00 m. The bathroom is complete, with bath.
In our kitchen, you can use the refrigerator, washing machine and the microwave. You only have to let everything as it was before. We have a good library in Spanish and Portuguese, a collection of poetry and photography books and a CD collection with Brazilian music, tango and jazz.
We love to have breakfast with our guest, talk about food, books, travel, our favorite cities, tango, etc. After that, everyone makes his life.You have the keys and the control of your time.
We invite our hosts every morning with a breakfast, coffee, fruits, cheese, bread, honey, and some conversation.
I’m a Brazilian journalist living in Argentina since 2008. Buenos Aires became my home from the very first beginning.The city is perfect for walking and for those who like architecture, gastronomy, literature and tango. I'm constantly discovering new places and corners even after all these years. The Argentinean capital is an inspiring city for all types of travelers. You are invited to see my personal blog (in Portuguese):