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Preferred Exchanges

  • Open to Any Destination
  • Open to Any Dates
  • Barcelona, Spain

    June 13 — July 12, 2015 These dates are flexible

  • Dublin, Ireland

    Any time

    We love Dublin <3


  • Football
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  • Horseback Riding
  • Scuba Diving/Snorkeling
  • Swimming
  • Yoga/Meditation
  • Culinary Travel
  • Clubbing/Dancing
  • Historic Sites
  • Museums
  • Shopping
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I am an avid Acroyoga practitioner and acrobat and would love to connect with a local community wherever we travel.

Vacation Type

Exchange Reviews

July - July 2014

We had a fabulous time in Miyoko and Jeff's home ...

andree from London said

We had a fabulous time in Miyoko and Jeff's home in Agoura Hills. Their home is welcoming, has everything you need for a comfortable stay and we particularly all enjoyed their pool area. The location of their home is secluded and a great place to relax after a day of sight seeing and enjoying all that LA has to offer. It's only a short drive to the Malibu coast, which we loved and also close enough to everything we wanted to see. Miyoko provided us with great suggestions on places to eat, see and do. She was also excellent at communicating when making our trip arrangements. Would really recommend their lovely Californian home as a great place to stay and enjoy SoCal.

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What we said about andree's house:

We absolutely loved the location and the home itself. Marc and Andree and their sons greeted our family the first night with a home cooked meal, and it was a pleasure to have the chance to meet them before they left for our home in California. The outdoor garden area is the perfect place for meals, morning coffee, afternoon tea, or evening cocktails, assuming the weather is nice. It was perfect during our stay last summer. We spent many nights in the studio playing foosball with the kids, and walking down the street to shop, sample the local cuisine, and of course, grab a pint. There is a park just at the end of the block, and you can catch the Underground into the city to do some sightseeing within just a short walk. It is a bit far from the airport, so take Andree's advice and hire a Black Car. We could've easily spent the entire time just relaxing and enjoying their home and the suburban culture, but there was a lot of London we wanted to explore. The public transportation is super easy to use, and even though it was a hot summer, was a nice change from having to drive everywhere (like here in LA). If you're planning a visit to London, and want to have it all closely but not live in it, this is the perfect place to have the best of both worlds.