Gorgeous top-floor apartment, quiet and private, 5 min away from Wien Mitte and City Airport Train station.
Check out photo descriptions as I take you on a tour around my place.
The bed is a massive king size made of oak, perfect single-piece 180x210 mattress, the sofa easily fits another two people and super comfortable to sleep on. Kitchen is fully equipped, two grills, MW oven and razor-sharp Japanese knives. Excellent washing machine and ironing station.
Feel yourself at home. High-speed Wi-Fi, Apple TV with AirPlay function, Dynaudio loudspeakers and a PlayStation 4 with a bunch of recent titles are all yours. There is a tumble dryer in the basement of the building.
In my line of work, I travel very often. If I'm out of town, a close friend of mine will open the door for you, hand you the key and show you around. No matter where I am, I will be available 24x7 for urgent matters. Once you're done, just leave the key inside and close the door.
You will find the flat neat and clean, with tea, coffee, shampoo, shower gel, fresh towels and linens.
There is a lot of valuable items and books in the apartment, and you are welcome to use them with care. As I'm allergic to dogs, I'd appreciate if you don't bring pets. If you smoke, please go on the terrace upstairs, you'll find an ashtray there. The flat is very private, so you can play music fairly loud, but don't push it too far. In Vienna it is customary to keep quiet after 10pm, unless there is a special occasion. Sad but true, violent abusers of the 10pm rule are sometimes visited by Vienna's best and finest, which is never good news, and never too cheap.
I'm a Russian living in Vienna for over 12 years. I'm a business intelligence expert with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. In my line of work, I get to travel to fun places you'd rather didn't know existed, so I'm frequently out of town. I believe Vienna is the best city on the planet and I love it with all of my heart.
I live and breathe computer science. Alan Turing and Kenneth Iverson are my heroes and guiding lights in everything I do professionally.
If you enjoyed "Flowers for Algernon" and "The Little Prince", we are sure to make instant friends.
For my pastime, I regularly jump out of perfectly functioning airplanes from 4,000 meters above mean sea level. You should try that at least once in your life, too. Gravity rules!
For my motto, I might quote a short sentence from Anthony Minghella’s film, The English Patient. The heroine wrote in her journal:
"That's all I've wanted — to walk in such a place with you, with friends, on earth without maps".