Friendly, social & welcoming host.
Nice area - close to the beach, the forest, and the center of Aarhus.
Shopping within 200 m and busses within 350 m.
We share my bathroom and kitchen (+ balcony when I'm not around)
You'll have your own private room to which you get acces through my dining room.
We share my kitchen and my bathroom and if I'm not at home you are welcome to use the rest of the flat - except for my bedroom.
The flat has a dorphone and you'll have a chip and a key of your own as long as you stay here.
I'd be more than happy to give you tips on where to go and what to see and I'll help you to sort out the busses and trains if needed.
While you are staying here you will have the option to dine with me (for an additional fee) and also to buy breakfast on weekends. I just need to know 1 day in advance.
5 minutes walk from the appartment, bus no 18 runs all the way to the famous Moesgaard Museum and to the center of town, where you'll find the other famous museum, Aros.
I respect your privacy and I expect you to respect mine. Apart from that there aren't many house rules here.
I work during week days and therefore I'd ask of you not to make too much noice if you get home late in the evening. And I'll try to be quiet in the mornings.
Friendly, open-minded, and easy-to-talk-to 56 year old woman.
My interests are many but right now my biggest interest is self development! I'm trying to become a better person. Not that I'm a bad person, but I do believe, that we all share a responsibility in making the world a better place, and to do so, we have to start with ourselves! But I have to stress, that I am not fanatic in any way.
Other than that I'm interested in golf, sports in general, books, films, travelling, other cultures, organic living etc.
I am pretty confident that you would enjoy having me as a guest - or to be a guest at my place. I love to have fun, but I'm in no way loud, I love talking to people but I also love beeing quiet from time to time, I'd be interested in getting to know my host/guests but I'm not intrusive.
And when I'm gone the only trace of me you'll see is hopefully a good memory. :-)