The SpaceThe couch is located in our small living room which functions also as a kitchen, but don't worry, we almost never cook, so you'll have enough privacy.
The apartment is on the 7th floor in the tallest building in the area, which allows you to enjoy a great view on Tlv and a nice breeze (see the pics). So it is never hot in my place despite the weather outside. There's a city bikes renting station just around the corner from my place, and within 12-20 minutes you can get to all the interesting places in the city including the beach. Guest AccessYou can use the bathroom and the kitchen. The kitchen has everything you need: a microwave, a kettle, an oven, a fridge. You can cook if you like to do so. Interaction with GuestsNowadays I live with a medical student from Singapore. We are both very experienced Couchserfers (I've been doing it for 6 years!) and we just LOVE to host people in our place! I really want to spend time with my guests, tell them about all the interesting spots in the city and around it, recommend bars and restaurants (I'm a BIG foodie :))), so I prefer to host travelers who don't necessary look for a cozy place to stay but rather prefer to experience how it is to be a local! There is a very big chance I'd like to show you my favorite city - TEL AVIV, I'm a big expert on its history and everything connected with it. I also know and get invitations to various cool events (such as gallery openings, concerts, art events) happening on a daily basis, so if you like to attend such events, feel free to ask me ). The NeighborhoodThere is the second biggest city market just 10 walking distance from me in case you like to taste local fruits and vegetables. The neighborhood in general and my building in particular are very quite; there's always a parking spot in case you plan to rent a car (which is very rare in Tel Aviv!!). You also can find some small grocery shops and a nice bakery just in front of the building. Getting AroundIf you check the map, it might look like everything is really far away, but believe me, Tel Aviv is a really small and comfortable city, and you'll be able to get everywhere very quickly, by taking buses. Bike is actually the best means of transportation in Tel Aviv, and since I'm an experienced city biker, I will direct you and explain how to use it and get everywhere riding only on bike lanes.