The apt. is 8 blocks away from downtown (Plaza 9 de Julio) and Balcarce Street with many possibilities for a cafe, dining out, peña or pub. The east/west exposure gives you a great view of the San Bernardo from the 4th floor balcony. Getting around by bus or taxi is a snap. I'm a native English speaker who took a gastronomy course last year. I love to cook/bake (and share the results) as well as meeting people from different places and cultures. Bicyclists welcome.
You'll be pleased with the ample kitchen, parquet floors and fast WiFi.
The only space that might be considered off-limits is the room where I sleep, only because I am still organizing the bedroom. Other than that, mi casa es su casa.
Interaction with guests
I currently work until around 3pm and then I should be at home. I work only 10 minutes away so there should be no problems in giving you the keys when you arrive or receiving them when you leave.
I'll answer any questions you might have to the best of my ability and if I don't know the answer, I probably know somebody who does or can at least point you in the right direction.
Hang damp towels in your bathroom or the laundry.
I was born in Albany, NY and received my B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) in Troy, NY. I worked for BASF and Beeche Systems and then moved to Argentina in late '97. My daughter was born in 1998. I was working for the Catholic University in Salta until 2014 in their Internet Dept. and now I freelance as a programmer and just started a new job for a program associated with the Ministry of Health.
I like to travel and meet people from other cultures. I have a good sense of humor, like most things SciFi & Fantasy, like to bake to satisfy my sweet tooth. I am currently enrolled in a college level gastronomy course.