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Global Citizen | Renaissance Soul | Bodhisattva of the Earth
From California, Teaching in Parsons School for Design Studies.
Love traveling and great food!
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What a gorgeous tranquil place...we really did feel totally at home. The perfect retreat from the hustle and bustle of Manhattan but within easy reach of everything. Clinton Hill is a great area, with loads of great little food places dotted around that haven't (yet!) swamped the authenticity of the neighbourhood. Sophie was attentive and easy going and arranged everything perfectly. I'd stay here again no question...Many thanks!
Sophie's apartment is gorgeous. A perfect amount of space for two friends or a couple. We absolutely adored our stay in this little haven while in New York. Great neighborhood, filled with beautiful old brownstones and lovely restaurants. The A, C, and G are all very close as well. Would definitely book here again. Thank you for sharing your wonderful home :)
Un très chaleureux appartement qui inspire la paix et le calme. On a adoré l'accueil de la propriétaire toujours là pour nous au besoin et tellement pétillante. On se sentait à la maison et le quartier nous a charmé. Merci pour ce merveilleux séjour.
Micheline, we are so glad you enjoyed your stay! It was great to have you and Pascal stay in our nest:)
A very nice room. Sophie and her roommate were very nice and caring too. However, there was sometimes a lot of noise in the house in the middle of the night...
It was a pleasure hosting Sophie and her fiance. Communication was smooth and the unit was left clean. I would certainly have them again and recommend to all other hosts!
Rhan and Sophie were wonderful guests. They appeared to be very at peace in their surrounds and enjoyed the beaches, horseback riding, eating fish at local restaurants and I think quite sad to leave. It would be a pleasure to host them again.