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When people ask me "what do you do that you get to travel so much?" Or "what do you do for fun", I never quite know how to answer. I have never had a paid vacation nor have I ever traveled for work.. It's more of a lifestyle. I can go backpacking in Europe for what most people pay for a week in Cancun or the Bahamas or something and to me roughing it on an adventure IS FUN! Plus I am a client oriented professional who has been extremely fortunate to love what I do for a living, so in my book work is fun!
The most memorable part of traveling has always been being hosted by the locals. There is no greater experience than traveling to a foreign city and getting a local tour or at the very least a cup of coffee with a stranger and learn something about where you find yourself that you can't read in a travel mag or on some social media blog.
My latest quest is to familiarize myself with the South and add Nashville to my list of extended stay cities. Finally making the leap from New York City; Nashville is my cozy lily pad with enough space to host you, your band and your dog. I am as much a foreigner here in the South as I was in Morocco honestly; I feel as though I am taking a backpacking trip in my own country. I need a stamp in my passport because some days here in Tennessee I wonder if I am in the same country better known as the North East. I may not be from here but can certainly get around this quaint little city and find myself in a great location to experience a higher quality of life than I could in New York City. More air to breathe, friendly neighbors and good ole Southern Hospitality has welcomed me here and I will pass on the energy to you.
Since I had such a great experience with AirBnB in New York I decided to level up and get a nice big 2 bed 2 bath townhouse here so that I could continue to meet other cool travelers through AirBnB to bring the lively free flow of a youth hostel to my home.
I love hosting people.. I am of Italian heritage and being a good host is a skill as well as a cultural trait. I tend to go a little overboard at times making sure everyone is comfortable and has their favorite flavors and comforts that create the nuance of home in a foreign place. Whether its just for a few nights or a week or two, sharing energy among people is also as much a skill as being happy in life. I heard someone say once that being happy is a skill and I thought it was funny but so true. If you have the skills to be happy and share life's experiences then come crash out here and share your stories with me when you find yourself in Music City ..
Rock on lovely people!