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- English, Español, Français, Italiano, Sign Language
- Rosetta (Rosie) Carr's Airbnb Symbol
Hi my name is Rosie and I live right in the middle of one of the one most interesting neighbourhoods in London called Shoreditch.
The flat (that is not mine but of Peter,the landlord) is a unique space and many different artists have made this flat so beautiful, it is worth coming to just see it for yourself!
I'm so the hostess of the house in the mean time that Peter is away and at the moment i share the flat with Tom, a lovely Irish guy.
I'm Italian, fluent in 3 languages, Italian Spanish and English.
I love practising my linguistic skills with my guests and learning new languages too!
(French and Brazilian Portuguese @ the moment)
My passion is music (trying to learn play guitar & bass), cook (Italian style),dance and outdoor activities such as long boarding, roller blading, juggling and lots more. I hope to share some of my passion with my guests.
I live in the apartment but usually from 11am to 9pm i'm at work, except weekends (that's why i kindly ask to my guests once they know the arrival time to let me know, so i can manage the check in.
CHECK IN/OT INFO'S:
Direct Check in time during the week is FROM 6 am TO 10.45 am or AFTER 9.30 pm.
In case you arrive after 11 am i'll manage to leave the keys in the local pub or in the barber shop close to the flat so you can get in, but we will talk about it in your reservation.
Check out time is before 9 am (Please,Please,Please respect this) but just from the room, feel free to stay and enjoy the flat until you are ready to leave, i'll give you a copy of the key so you can also go out if you need to.
10 min walk from the flat you can find Bethnal Green Station (central line)
20 min walk to Liverpool street station that is easily reachable with bus n 8 - 388 (they both gonna leave you @ 3 min walk from my flat )
lot of bus stop (also night buses 8- N8- 388-D3)
DIRECTIONS FROM AIRPORTS:
From Kings Cross Station, take the Hammersmith & City Line (pink one) east to Algate East station. From there walk up Brick Lane. If you don't have a map ask people where is Brick Lane, it is a very famous street. Walk up Brick Lane for 10 minutes, you will pass the City Bikes, walk under the bridge then turn right on to Cheshire Street. Walk down this street for 5 minutes until you see the next set of City Bikes. Our building is immediately on the right.
Take the Piccadilly line (dark blue) towards the city centre. Change at Holborn station on to the central line (red one). Head east and exit at Bethnal Green station.
Take the national express to Liverpool street station. £15 return. From there you can walk (25 minutes) or take the underground 2 stops on the central line to Bethnal Green station. The underground for two people would be a similar price as taking a taxi.
Take the train to London Bridge, they run four times an hour with a journey time of 30 minutes. Then take the northern line (black one) one stop and change at Bank. Then take the central line (red one) east two stops to Bethnal Green station
From London City airport station take the DLR west to Shadwell (9 stops). Head north on the overground (orange line) two stops to Shoreditch High street Station. Exit onto the main street and turn right. Walk pass the city bikes onto Sclater Street. A brick wall with grafetti should be on your right and a tall glass building on your left. Walk straight to the end of the street, then walk straight across Brick Lane onto Cheshire Street. Walk down Cheshire Street for 5 minutes until you reach the next set of City Bikes. Our building called Chapter House is immediately on the right.
Take the train From South End station to Liverpool Street station, its take 55
minutes. From there you can walk (25 minutes) or take the underground 2 stops on the central line to Bethnal Green station. The underground for two people would be a similar price as taking a taxi.
HOPE THIS HELPS :)
I really enjoy meeting and hosting guests from all around the globe!
It's lovely meeting new people,and since I'm quite new in the area,we could discover it together :)
I believe that a world traveller is the ideal host. Looking for people with good common sense for sharing an apartment. I want to make sure my guests have the best time possible. Airbnb is more of a lifestyle than a business ( even because you don't pay me, but the landlord eheheh) , I really enjoy making new friends, so please do not lock yourself in the room....
I look forward to meeting you :)