This cozy apartment is the home of a family of five. In the childrens' bedroom there is a loft bed with room for 2 children + a bunk bed for 2 more children. In the bedroom there is a queen size bed. It is also possible to sleep on the couch.
You find trash containers and recycling bins in the backyard.
You are welcome to use the backyard. For younger children there is a sandbox and a small playhouse. In the backyard animals are not allowed (except from the shared backyard rabbit, Malte).
WASHING AND DRYING LAUNDRY:
You are welcome to use the washing machine in the apartment.
There are several possibilities for drying clothes: There are clothes-lines where you can hang your laundry in the backyard as well as in the addict, which can be accessed via the back stairs. In the basement there is a shared tumble dryer. It takes Danish 2 kroner coins. 2 kroner=20 minutes drying time.
To start the dishwashing machine, please do the following:
2.Choose program (we normally use the fast program, button no. 4 from the left with the clock symbol)
3.Close the door, and it will start automatically
There are dishwashing tablets under the sink.
User name: RS-WIFI_78-5G
Very close by at Dybbølsbro (by the S-train station) you can either rent bikes at Baisikeli: (URL HIDDEN) or you can rent a citybike at the docking station. For more information on how to rent a city bike please go to (URL HIDDEN)
FROM THE AIRPORT TO THE APARTMENT:
It takes approximately 25 minutes to travel to the apartment from the airport.
From the airport you can take the regional train to the Central Station (København H). There you can change to an S-train and continue to Dybbølsbro Station, which is located only five minutes walking distance from our building. You can take any S-train departing from platforms 11 and 12 at the Central Station. Dybbølsbro Station is the first stop.
Alternatively you can choose to walk from the Central Station to the apartment. That takes about twenty minutes.
If you plan to use public transportation (trains, busses and metro) during your stay, this journey planner could be helpful: (URL HIDDEN) You can choose an English version.
I live with my husband, Rasmus, and our three children in a 100 sqm apartment in Vesterbro, a vibrant neighbourhood in central Copenhagen.
I am a phD student of anthropology at the University of Copenhagen, specializing in medical anthropology. Rasmus is a high school teacher.