Been a Playa Del Rey fan since I got lost here one day trying to get back home in 1990, played, danced, enjoyed the beach n people since and moved there 1999 and again in 2003. A hidden gem now getting more and more discovered as Playa Vista and other areas develop around us. So I know the area and many more of LA, just ask, can even give you the short-cuts to get past our famous traffic!
Bi-coastal and love working with my fellow east-coasters, live/work in Manhattan and had a stint in Westchester (Tarrytown is my fave). As an animal lover, pet friendly home and welcomed as guests (just a deposit will be needed). You might even encounter one or two of mine, depending if they are home too.
Sharing, helping others explore new towns, experiences with thier travels means sharing my love of travel, people, cultures, experiences and just feeling like your at home away from home!
Laughter a favorite sound and eating very well. Worldly cuisines a must try.Which brings me to AirBNB -
Lived in Europe for a year, and continued to travel to France, Italy, England, Spain, Denmark, South America, Bahamas and the Soutwest of America, more if you get me talking. Grew up in Glendora/Altadena (aka San Gabriel Valley of LA) then slowly migrated all over LA landing at the beach.
So please speak your native tongue when visiting, I'd love to learn it or maybe I can practice what I know, and don't be surprised if I put some wine and cheese out for a relaxing happy hour sunset for you to enjoy and soak in the ambiance of California Beach Living.
You'll be surprised by the feel your not in LA, but in an experience of LA.