Culinary, green and peoplefriendly central neighbourhood. With atmosphere of Daikanyama and George Town Seattle.
This is the location for people who like the city. It is undisturbed for a city apartment and there is enough atmosphere with people on the streets most of the time. Vega concert hall is opposite and closes down usually no later than 11pm.
Our guest room is bright and airey with direct access to our quiet balcony located in Vesterbro, a hip and stylish part of Copenhagen.
I'm living with my spouce in a renovated 104 m2 bright white floored apartment on the 5th floor. There is no elevator so we'll make sure you get your daily exercise.
* comfortable living room attached to kitchen
* bedroom #1 top floor under roof, large (us)
* bedroom #2 direct balcony access (you)
+ well equipped kitchen with long table
+ toilet with shower
+ washing machine
Vesterbro / recreational park 0 mins
Main train station 5 mins by train to Enghave Station Stop.
Airport 12 mins by train
Around the corner you will find useful shop for daily stuff:
Netto (discount) and Super Brugsen (mid range), Kaffeplantagen (damn good coffee) 7-11 open all day, some good takeouts , Pasha Kebab for charcoal grill and WOK for thai.
The train stop Enghave Station is 10 mins walking distance. This stop is two stops away (5 mins) from Hovedbanegården (Main Train Station) which is connected to the airport 12 minutes away (change train).
Getting to inner city:
Take bus 6A from Vesterbrogade - 4 streets away or 5 mins by foot.
The apartment building is from 1929 and located on Vesterbro, 30 mins from the airport door to door.
In the cleanning fee I will provide a cleaned apartment with bed linnen, duves and pillows and 2 towels and clean after your stay.
Access to guest room and balcony during your stay and shared bathroom with shower.
The kitchen and living room is available for light meals but if you want to cook you must followed the hosts instructions, because the kitchen and living room and top floor bedroom is connected, thus smells spread easily. Please ask Steven or Marianne when you arrive on how to manage this. It is quite easy once you know.
Other things to note
Please be respectful regarding late night and early morning noise outside your guest room. Thank you.
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こんにちは。私の名前はスティーブンです。 私はメアリー・アンと結婚しています。Hello my name is Steven and I'm married to Mary-Ann.
I like quality and welcome change.
I'm photojournalist based in Copenhagen and I concentrate my photo stories on contemporary and social issues. I like good food and good friends, as well as crossfit and biking in my city.
Hope to make your stay a better one.
We like Japan and welcome Japanese traveler but unfortunately we cannot understand Japanese. Please write in English or Danish, if you mail us. Thank you!
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How to make perfect roast potatos
Preheat your oven to 190ºC/375ºF/gas 5. Peel your potatoes with a knife or speed peeler and cut any larger ones so they’re all an even-size - twice the size of a squash ball is about right. Wash your potatoes in cold water to get rid of any extra starch then tip into a large pot, cover with cold water and season well. Bring to the boil and cook for about 6 to 7 minutes, so that they’re parboiled, then drain in a colander and leave to steam dry for 3 minutes.
Now’s the time for my (& Jamie O's) trick. Gently squash each potato with a potato masher to increase the surface area – the more of your potato that’s in contact with the pan, the crispier it will be.
Whichever fat you’re using, you now want to prepare the rest of the flavourings. Add a good lug of olive oil to a small bowl and add the herbs, garlic and a splash of red wine vinegar, then scrunch and mix it up a bit. If you’re using butter, peel in a good few strips of Clementine zest with a speed peeler – you won’t eat these but they’ll add amazing flavour. Add the flavour to your potatoes and give the pan a good shake, then pop back in the hot oven for 40 to 45 minutes until perfect for your liking. You’re looking for gnarly, crispy, bubbly and delicious.