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Culinary Institute of America
Leland Tea Co. & Rue Du Thé
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Hey, I’m William!

San Francisco, California, United States · Member since January 2013
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I've lived in San Francisco for the better part of 20+yrs, I love to travel and meet folks from all over the world. As a host I like to think that I take my guests accommodations seriously. I try to make sure I have snacks and food readily available as traveling can be expensive so I try to help out by offering my kitchen, spices, and yes even groceries to my guest. I'm a chef and a tea blender by trade, so food and meals are an almost automatic but not mandatory. I strive to make who ever comes to stay with me feel like they're just an old friend visiting.
I'm very clean and tidy and expect who ever visits to adhere to my basic request of removing your shoes at the door and cleaning up after yourself. San Francisco is full of crazies I also prefer my guest to keep the crazies out of my home, the space in question is a single sleeper I like to keep it that way.
I work at the Leland Tea Company in SF and currently have three (3) locations in California that I blend tea for in addition to multiple restaurants throughout the bay area. Some of my friends own or manage some of the nicest restaurants in San Francisco so eating out or in is never an issue. I love to travel on the inexpensive side so I'm very sensitive to the cost of living and eating out and refer my guests and friends to really good places that wont gouge the wallet.
My apartment is also located basically in the center of San Francisco, you can walk to many parts of the city with out any problem. There is also a bus stop at all corners, and two (2) taxi garages within a block of each other getting around either on public transportation or on foot will be a breeze.
Looking forward to your stay with me yet, if not you should