As a New York entrepreneur, Quebec City is where i get away from that pace of life and slow things down a bit. But that doesn't mean I sit around: Quebec has its own quite distinct pulse, and this works creatively for me as I read, write, think, work on music. I've made important decisions in my flat, written great songs, had many many thoughtful moments, eaten great meals. You'll see glimpses of me in the books and CDs that are in the apartment and get a sense of my general style . I'm fairly serious and introspective, enjoy reading immensely, love to travel, and am endlessly curious about everything. If you rent my place, I will email you information on some of my favorite spots in the city that I've gathered over the years. The joke among my friends here is that I know Quebec City better than most locals! I can help you find the freshest bread, the best crepes, secret places for cross country skiing, places to swim for free 12 months a year, and many many day trips that will bring you back to Quebec again and again. I love my life in New York, but am always sad to leave Quebec City. What a delightful problem!
I love sharing my place with other people. I never knew that this would be my experience of ownership in Quebec. It's like I have this little secret to share with friends. While certainly furnished for guests in a practical way, I keep the place oh-so-slightly "furnished" with Steve things. I want you to know that I love rice, that I am into psychology, that I sell music for a living. Maybe you can sense me on the roof deck watching a sunset, or walking through the old city very late at night. These small details of my second home delight me to no end. So I would welcome you to my abode and hope that you enjoy yourself. I want you to feel totally at home, to even borrow my winter boots if necessary :). Please feel free to ask via phone or email for any info concerning your trip to Quebec City! Thanks.
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