My house is very tranquil and neat, this is a quiet neighborhood. Down the block is the Muni stop, which takes you right to BART. It is 5 minute ride. The Mission, with all it's interesting restaurants, is just a bus ride away.
Aside from it being quiet it has a wonderful view of the city. :)
This is a smaller home so I think when you arrive you should see it as your home.
I ask that shoes be left at the door. I have slippers for use.
It is more relaxing that way.
I have this listed in the house rules.."BUT" Smoking is not allowed.
The house in general....kitchen can be used but clean up is required. At this time because of the drought I will wash the dishes.
The bed is a queen size.
The bath is shared with me/owner.
The parking is in front of my house.
Interaction with guests
I will be here during your stay.... most of the time, if anything is needed or questions I will be glad to help.
I have some links here that you can check out upon arriving. About bridge tolls and how to pay ahead of time. Things happening in San Francisco and I will be adding to them as I find more.
Other things to note
One thing I have learned by doing this.... If you want to go to Alcatraz Island you need to book before leaving home. They book up way in advance.
The airport is only minutes away from the house... 10/15/minutes depending on traffic.
License or registration number
Learn about this number
Respect the house as if it was your home.
Please leave shoes at the door, I do have slippers to use if wanted.
No liquids/wet things left on the furniture, no marks are left this way.
No pets are allowed...
Only two (2) guests are allowed.
Arrival is between 3PM to 6PM, anything later needs to be approved .
I am a vivacious and happy woman. I travel, I go to classic car shows and I own a 1957 Chevy 210. I volunteer for the San Francisco Symphony, after having worked there for 31 years. I am also involved fundraising car shows. We just did one for the Pancreatic Cancer fund. I now have the time and space to host fellow travelers in my home.