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Why spend your time in a cramped apartment, when you can spread out in an entire home? With me, no less! Bask in the morning sunshine with coffee on the front porch or breakfast nook in the kitchen. How about a BBQ in the gorgeous back yard?

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The Space
Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: House
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1.5
Beds: 1

Amenities

Prices
Extra people: $20 / night after the first guest
Cleaning Fee: $25
Security Deposit: $100
Weekly Price: $375 /week
Monthly Price: $1450 /month
Cancellation: Moderate

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4 nights minimum stay
The perfect spot for morning tea or coffee

The perfect spot for morning tea or coffee

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About the Host, Randy

Randy
Los Angeles, California, United States
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  • The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

    Their espresso is a little better than mine, but I have much better lattes and all that ambiance. But if you prefer the five minute walk, its a five minute walk. Next door to McDonalds.
    South La Cienega Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90034
  • Campos

    No presumptions here. Just great Mexican food surrounded by dozens of photos of Pancho Villa. Recommend the (huge) macho burrito. Normal people can split it. No frills, no expense, just great food.
    South Robertson Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90034
  • Le Pettit Jardin Cafe & Flowers

    Terrific little French bistro with outdoor, vine-covered patio. Just blocks away. To-die-for French onion soup, but many delicacies here. Also gorgeous flowers. A restaurant/florist. How cool!
    South Robertson Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90035
  • Fred's Bakery & Deli

    An institution since 1949. Pumpernikel, Corn Rye, Bagels and the most delicous cakes and danishes. Chocolate Bobkas, to-die-for apple strudle, all kinds of earthly baked delights.
    South Robertson Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90034
  • Elat Kosher Market

    Just up the street. Kosher food, terrific produce, groceries from Israel, The Mediterranean, Persia. Breads youve never seen before. Cheeses youve never seen before. The best market in the city.
    West Pico Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90035
  • Mexikosher

    Kosher Mexican. Need I say more? You dont get more LA than this. Delicious huge burritos.
    West Pico Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90035
  • Pico Kosher Deli

    LAs FIRST kosher deli! Pastrami on rye or do you prefer corned beef? Motzo ball soup? Knish? Marinated vegetable salads? The whole nine yards.
    West Pico Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90035
  • The Joint

    Live music, bar, restaurant. The local watering hole/club scene. You never know who you will hear. Last time I was there, Ron Wood dropped by to jam. 5 minute walk.
    West Pico Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90035
  • Starbucks

    I prefer my coffee and The Coffee Bean. But if someone gave you a Starbucks card, you may as well use it.
    West Pico Blvd Los Angeles CA 90064
  • Tuk Tuk Thai Restaurant

    The best local Thai food with terrific ambiance and wonderful music. Incredibly friendly staff and believe it or not the best mojitos in the city. Fabulous lunch and happy hour specials.
    West Pico Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90035
  • Nick's Coffee Shop

    Our local greasy spoon is much more than that. In addition to the usuals, they serve an eclectic mix of foods. Very popular hole in the wall. If you go at peak hours (breakfast), it will be busy.
    West Pico Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90035-2410
  • Versailles

    Terrific Cuban Restaurant. Highly recommend the roast pork (soaked in garlic) with fried bananas and mixed beans and rice. Roast chicken is also great as is their ox tail.
    South La Cienega Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90035
  • Minori Restaurant

    The best sushi around and very reasonable. Teriaki is great as is the sashimi. Try the OMAKASE menu where the chef chooses the food for you. One of the great, undiscovered treasures of L.A.
    South Robertson Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90035
  • Twin Dragon Restaurant

    Traditional Chinese restaraunt. Eat in, take out, or free delivery. Sit at Liz Taylors favorite booth. Very friendly staff.
    West Pico Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90035
  • Vien Cafe

    I just discovered Vien Cafe. Great Vietnamese food. Only the freshest of ingredients and because it is less popular than Thai food, it is more authentic. Great noodle dishes and vegetarian cuisine.
    West Pico Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90035
  • The Mint

    Deco nightclub/supperclub LA institution since 1937 has featured Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder, through Ben Harper (went to his debut record-release party there), Macy Gray and The Wallflowers.
    West Pico Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90035
  • Factor's Famous Deli

    Pricier than Pico Deli, but a much wider menu and fabulous. Like Pico Deli, an LA institution going back decades (1948). Great for breakfast.
    West Pico Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90035
  • Father's Office

    Seasonally-rotating 36 craft beers on tap, esoteric small-producer wines, micro-distilled spirits. Cant choose a beer? Try the sampler to taste many. Hungry? The Office Burger or Organic Beet Salad.
    Helms Avenue Los Angeles CA 90034
  • Natalee Thai

    More famous, but not as intimate as Tuk Tuk. But the food is great and the atmosphere is ultra cool.
    S Robertson Blvd # 101 Los Angeles CA 90035-1626
  • The Museum of Tolerance

    This multimedia museum (the ed. arm of the Simon Wiesenthal Center) is designed to examine racism and prejudice in the United States and the world with a strong focus on the history of the Holocaust.
    West Pico Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90035
  • Culver City Station (Expo Line)

    Light rail and subways in Los Angeles? Who knew? Two-minute bus ride down Roberson and Presto! Easy access to USC, Downtown, Hollywood, San Fernando San Gabriel Valleys. Long Beach even. Who knew?
  • Vons Supermarket

    Traditional supermarket for the traditional grocery shopper.
    National Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90034
  • Trader Joe's

    If Elat sounds too exotic (and it shouldnt), then there is always the inexpensive boutique Trader Joes market. Excellent second choice for groceries.
    Culver Boulevard Culver City CA 90232
  • Messob Ethiopian Restaurant

    The best Ethiopian food in the city. Sit on little mushroom chairs, tear off a wedge of chewy unleavened bread and grab finger-full globs of delicious meat or veggie dishes. The honey wine is a must.
    South Fairfax Avenue Los Angeles CA 90019
  • Pacific Theatres Culver Stadium 12

    State-of-the-art 12-screen movie theater complex. Stadium seating, large screens and crystal-clear sound. All the current movies. Countless outdoor cafes, bars, and restaurants on the same street.
    Culver Boulevard Culver City CA 90232
  • Zimmer Children's Museum

    Forget the Do Not Touch Rule. Tons of cool things to do, from driving an ambulance and piloting a plane to jamming on Music Island or playing the massive pinball machines. Rotating exhibits/classes.
    Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90048
  • The Stinking Rose

    In the beginning, there was garlic. And God separated the garlic into cloves. And he saw it was good. So God took the garlic and created The Stinking Rose for people to enjoy. He called it Heaven. $$$
    North La Cienega Boulevard Beverly Hills CA 90211
  • Sky's Gourmet Tacos

    Completely frills free and on a terribly ugly stretch of Pico Blvd. But heavenly Nuevo-Mexican food. Shrimp or mahi mahi tacos. Fresh grilled vegetables. Open-faced burritos and mango cheescake.
    West Pico Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90019
  • Lawry's The Prime Rib

    A dining legend for 75 years in the heart of Restaurant Row. Classic elegance, exquisite service and a bill to match. Still the best prime rib in the city, Lawrys is an event. Yorkshire pudding!
    North La Cienega Boulevard Beverly Hills CA 90211
  • Kirk Douglas Theatre

    Newly renovated 317 seat Art Deco theatre: Wide range of productions, including co-productions with other Los Angeles theatre companies, special events, world premieres of new plays and musicals. Go!
    Washington Boulevard Culver City CA 90232
  • Mama's Original Pizza & Pasta

    Good, reasonably-priced Italian food. Love the Pizza Marguerita as well as the garlic bread made from pizza dough. Their home-made Italian salad dressing is fantastic. Split a medium green salad.
    Motor Avenue Los Angeles CA 90034
  • Los Angeles County Museum of Art

    The largest art museum in the western United States holding more than 100,000 works from ancient times to the present. In addition to art exhibits, the museum features film and concert series.
    Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90036
  • Il Pastaio

    My favorite (Northern) Italian restaurant in the city and in the heart of Beverly Hills. No reservations, so go early. Free parking across the street. Not cheap, nor terribly pricey. Homemade pasta.
    North Canon Drive Beverly Hills CA 90210
  • Gaby's Mediterranean Restaurant

    My favorite Mediterranean restaurant. Stuffed grape leaves. Great kabobs, schwarma. I recommend the vegetarian sampler plate. Scrumptious and very healthy. Extremely healthy. Outdoor garden patio.
    Venice Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90034
  • The Ivy

    If money is no object and you want a patio brunch while sitting next to (or perhaps between) Kim Kardashian and Lindsay Lohan, then The Ivy is IT. Pancakes with blueberries? $21.75 Lobster Hash? $35.
    N Robertson Blvd Los Angeles California 90048
  • Nic's Beverly Hills

    Extremely pricey bar/restaurant, but go to happy hour for whatever delectable cocktail-of-the-day they concoct. Scrumptious bar snacks too. The Vodbox: An entire room chilled to 28 F. Full of vodka.
    North Canon Drive Beverly Hills CA 90210
  • The Museum of Television and Radio

    If there is anything youve ever wanted to see or hear that was ever on television or radio, it is here in a spectacular building. Anything! Walk one block to Rodeo Dr. Kill two birds with one stone.
    North Beverly Drive Beverly Hills CA 90210
  • George C. Page Museum/La Brea Tar Pits

    Dedicated to researching the tar pits and displaying specimens from the animals that died there. Mammoths, saber-tooth cats, etc. Fun! The Tar Pits are now a registered National Natural Landmark.
    Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90036
  • Beverly Center

    Huge shopping mall, Beverly Hills style. Some 160 distinctive specialty boutiques: Dolce Gabbana, Louis Vuitton, Calvin Klein, Ben Sherman, Diesel, Gucci, Prada, The Ferrari Store, Fendi, Hugo Boss.
    Beverly Boulevard Los Angeles California 90048
  • Roscoe's House of Chicken & Waffles

    Soul food and another LA institution. Drink a sunrise (fresh-squeezed orange juice and lemonade). And of course order their (southern-fried) chicken and waffles.
    West Pico Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90019
  • Westfield Century City Mall

    Im not a big mall guy, but this one is outdoors and very nice. Great mixture of shops (the usual to unique, 146 total), some excellent eateries, and a 15-theater multiplex movie center. Free Ap.
    Santa Monica Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90067
  • Largo at the Coronet

    Super-cool concert hall/comedy club and small bar in restored, historic (1947) Coronet Theater. Sarah Silverman, Fiona Apple, Grant-Lee Phillips, Aimee Mann, and Eddie Izzard performed recently.
    North La Cienega Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90048
  • MOCA Pacific Design Center

    (phone number hidden) sq. ft. facility (130 showrooms) for the design community. The Blue Whale is so-called because of its outsize nature relative to surrounding buildings and its brilliant blue glass cladding.
    Melrose Avenue Los Angeles CA 90069
  • La Brea Bakery & Cafe

    The best fresh-baked bread in the city if not the entire country and a delicious cafe as well. If you want bread as fabulous, then fly to Austria or Switzerland. Otherwise, nothing comes close.
    South La Brea Avenue Los Angeles CA 90036
  • Canter's Deli (and Bakery)

    An LA institution since 1931. Canters has sold over: 2 Million Pounds of Lox 10 Million Pounds of Corned Beef 7 Million Pounds of Pastrami 10 Million Matzo Balls 24 Million Bowls of Chick Soup
    North Fairfax Avenue Los Angeles CA 90036
  • Book Soup

    If you wish to explore the fabled Sunset Strip, start here. Perhaps the citys last great book store yet to be devoured by Amazon. Frequent book signings and literary events. Great Karma. Books too.
    West Sunset Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90069
  • Barney's Beanery

    Where else can you sit and have a beer where The Doors Jim Morrison urinated on the bar? Where Janis Joplin had drinks the night of her death? Clara Bow? Errol Flynn? Judy Garland? All regulars.
    Santa Monica Boulevard West Hollywood CA 90069
  • Skybar

    Boasting some of the finest views of Los Angeles, Skybar is an open air, ivy-covered pavilion perched above the pool atop the Mondrian Hotel. The hottest nightlife in LA since the day it opened.
    West Hollywood CA 90069
  • Pink's Famous Hot Dogs

    People drive across the country and then stand in line around the block for a hot dog at Pinks. In business since 1939. You name it, they put it on a hot dog. Watch out for celebrities. No kidding.
    N La Brea Ave Los Angeles California 90038
  • Pizzeria Mozza

    Not in my immediate neighborhood, but individual, gourmet pizzas unlike anything else on the planet. Incredibly, indescribably delicious. Reservations in advance a must. To die for. Ask me for a menu.
    N Highland Ave Los Angeles California 90036
  • University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)

    Just wanted you to see how close. Easy access by bus.
    Hilgard Avenue Los Angeles CA 90095
  • Ballona Creek Bike Path

    An easy 10-minute ride from my house takes you to the Ballona Creek Bike Path. Six more miles to the beach! Head north through Venice to the Santa Monica Pier or south to Hermosa and Redondo Beaches.
    Ballona Creek Bike Path CA
  • The Wiltern Theater

    My favorite Art Deco (palace) theater in the city. Invent a reason to attend a concert here. You will think you have died and gone to Heaven. As glorious now as in 1931. Heaven. Pure Heaven.
    Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90010
  • Bullocks Wilshire Department Store

    If you visit just one Art Deco temple, make it here. Lovingly restored by Southwestern Law School, Bullocks catered to the 1% in its day: Mae West, Garbo, Clark Gable, Walt Disney. They were the poor.
    Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90005
  • Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

    20 complete dinosaurs and ancient sea creatures! Mummies! The Spider Pavillion! Insect Zoo! African mammals! The Story of Mammals! Rare gems and minerals! 35 million artifacts. Endless. All ages..
    Exposition Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90007
  • Ballona Wetlands

    The Ballona Creek Bike Path ends here, but you can ride the beach bike paths north: Venice, Santa Monica, Pac. Pallisades or south: Hermosa and Redondo Beaches, Palos Verdes Peninsula (and back).
    CA
  • California Science Center

    A science nirvana for big and small. All hands-on and all kinds of science. Biomes galore. Giant aquarium. Get close to bugs, lizards, spiders and IMAX Theater. Natural History Museum too. Dinosaurs!
    Los Angeles CA 90037
  • Santa Monica Pier

    Ferris wheel, roller coaster, cotton candy, touch-pool aquarium, and all of it hanging over the Pacific Ocean. What could be better? How about free weekend concerts all summer long? Ride a bike there!
    Santa Monica Pier, #A Santa Monica CA 90401
  • Hollywood Park Race Track

    Want to get rich quick? Well, betting the horses probably isnt the best way. But its much better than the lottery and a lot more fun. Free concerts in the summer.
    South Prairie Avenue Inglewood CA 90301
  • Cicada

    1920s Art Deco elegance mixed with contemporary design elements. 30-foot high gold ceilings.Very pricey Northern Italian food, but if you are downtown there is nothing more elegant and delicious.
    South Olive Street Los Angeles CA 90017
  • Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)

    Are you arriving and/or departing from here? Very easy access. Depending on the time(s) perhaps I can pick you up or drop you off!
    El Segundo CA 90245

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