The SpaceYou'll find the key and let yourself in, and if you're tired, kick back in the living room, but send someone to the kitchen and be prepared to smile when you see what they bring back. The wireless network is on, with its current name and password available on cards that each guest can slip in a pocket for later. There are more than enough towels for everyone, the bedclothes are turned down, and its up to you whether to stroll downtown for an ice cream or a beer, or just fall onto your comfortable beds and start your southern California dreamin' as your personal Amazon echo plays your favorite music softly on the nightstand next to you. Guest Access100% The house, the porch, the patio, the yard. It's all yours. Sing. Dance. Jump for joy! If you're lucky a flock of parrots will come through. There are as many stories of how they got here as there are tellers. How about this? They're just here to enjoy themselves, like you are. Interaction with GuestsWe won't disturb your quiet enjoyment of the house, but we stand ready to answer all your questions about the house, the area, the language, and the culture. Please don't hesitate to call, text, or email. The NeighborhoodHeavy with old oak trees, citrus, and avocados. Many of the houses were built 90 years ago, when the area was mostly a sea of dark green leaves accented by shiny citrus fruit in shades of yellow, orange, and green. People come to Monrovia to enjoy life among big lots and small houses. We have started to the largest egos in America who have been tearing down modest homes and erecting monuments to themselves. They don't live in them, they sell them and move on. You'll find an extreme example just two doors down, to the east. We call it the Taz Mahal, after the crazed Tasmanian Devil of Warner Bros Cartoon Fame. Its hugely oversized Colonial Revival looks brings to mind Mayberry LSD. Getting AroundIt's about 10 minutes by car to the Gold Line train station where you can catch a train to downtown L.A. Be sure to check the times of available return trips. If you miss the last train, there's no bus! Other Things to NoteMonrovia has rigid views on marijuana and no longer allows delivery services to bring it into the city, even for very sick people. It's not the place to smoke marijuana in the open.