This is a guestroom with a queen size bed in a 3-bedroom house located on a quiet and tree lined neighborhood street. The bedroom is nicely furnished and is on the second floor. Two bicycles with helmets and lights are available for casual riding through town on a sunny day. Large discounts for weekly and monthly stays!
1) Take off outside shoes and store on the carpet near the back entrance or in the coat closet while inside.
2) Communicate about expected arrival and departure times.
3) Let me know about anything that is not up to your expectations. I can probably fix it or at least make it better.
4) Feel free to store food in the refrigerator.
5) Feel free to use dishes, mugs, silverware, etc., but do not remove them from the kitchen / dining area.
6) Take care of everything as if it was your own, and clean up.
7) The fireplace must only be operated by the owner.
8) No visitors unless you got explicit permission by the owner.
9) Long term guests (over 1 week) are responsible for keeping their room clean, wash the bedding, and keep the bathroom clean.
10) Parking in the driveway for loading/unloading and short stops are no problem. Overnight parking in the driveway needs to be negotiated as the driveway is only one car wide. Parking on the street in front of the house or nearby is generally easily available.
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I am a Swiss engineer who came to this country in 1984 to continue my studies. In 1991 I joined Xerox and have been working in R&D ever since. My main hobbies are skiing and boarding in the winter time and hang gliding and biking in the summer. I also love hiking in the Finger Lakes area and visiting vineries for a little tasting. The week of the Rochester International Jazz Festival is a great time to take off work, enjoy the wonderful music, and try to see as many bands as possible.
My favorite engineer joke: how do you know you met an extravert engineer? He looks at YOUR shoes!
I speak English and German fluently, enjoy practicing my French and Spanish, and with hands and feet may be able to communicate in Italian. Needless to say I enjoy hosting people from all corners of the world.
I retired in March of 2016, so now I am traveling a bit more exploring other Airbnb homes. What fun!