When Milos and Tijana Jovanovic travel, they don’t stay in hotels. Instead, they adopt the lifestyle of the locals by living – temporarily – in someone’s house. “Hotels always offer the same experience,” says Milos, an architect who has the occupational hazard of analyzing dwellings.
His wife, Tijana, who worked as an art restorer in Belgrade, Serbia, before moving to Portland, says it’s more adventurous to see a city while living in a real home.
With their untouristy approach to vacations, it seems natural that they would open up the ground floor of their 1904 Dutch Colonial house in Irvington to visitors seeking the same kind of genuine experience. Read More – Oregonlive.com>