Well, it's a really great apartment =)
Just above Gan Meir garden - quiet, cozy, w/elevator, 2BR and a cute living room!
5-10 min. walk from the beach, Carmel market, Dizengof Center, *lots* of pubs & restaurants
Private parking can be arranged!
A sunny fully furnished 56 sqm flat, perfect for 2-4 people, with a living room and a possible parking spot, in the center of the heart of Tel-Aviv.
First Bedroom - A cozy master bedroom with a double-sized bed.
a huge closet (over half of it is empty)
Second Bedroom - An opening couch with a double-sized mattress (mattress can be taken away and couch can get smaller for having more space if wanted, or separated for fitting 2 different people). The room has a few guitars/suitcases, and no closet.
Central room has a fully-equipped kitchen which is adjacent to the living room (with dining tables that can fit 4-6 people (table is usually adjacent to the wall, and can be moved so 2 more chairs will fit in), 2 couches, and
a small table.
There's a TV in the living room, which has an HDMI input, but no cable TV.
The apartment is located on the second floor, and the building has an elevator - but due to the way its door opens, it's hard to take big items out of it.
You can use the whole apartment, but it will contain some of my personal things (some suitcases, guitars, boxes, pictures) - so please do not open/remove them.
Interaction with guests
I lived in this apt. for 2 years, so I know this area by heart and would love to help, give tips (mostly for the best food around and how to spend your money wisely around here), show around, during the day or night (I work as a freelancer so I'm pretty available when needed)
Other things to note
If needed, private parking (it's a rare thing in Tel Aviv, trust me) may be arranged for an extra fee!
Pets are allowed
Smoking is allowed (there's a half-balcony-half-window in the living room you can sit and smoke in)
I'm Tom, 29 years old, I've been living in Tel Aviv for the last 2 years, after living for a few years before in Jerusalem, where I studied Computer Science and did a Masters in Business Administration.
I work as a freelancer (doing software development), I've been hosting travelers for years, I'm into music, I really love beer, I *really* love travelling, and I REALLY love eating.