If you want to stay in a cozy apartment with a nice athmosphere this is the place :-). The building is from 1934 which gives it a retro charm. You can tell by my interior that I've set my footsteps in Central America which gives it a warmth.
Getting from the airport: in the airport you can buy a 72 hrs citypass for 200 kroners. That will save you a lot of money if you plan to travel around Copenhagen. From the airport I recommend you take the train (not the metro) to the central train station (Københavns Hovedbanegård). It takes around 15 minutes. From the train platform walk up the escalators and then turn right and walk in the direction of the exit (the one towards Tivoli the amusement park). There you'll find the bus stops. Get on bus 66 (towards Emdrup). It'll take about 20-25 minutes to get to the bus stop closest to my place. The bus stop is at Frederiksborgvej and the stop is right after Landsdommervej (tell the bus driver). When you get off the bus you have to cross the big road and you'll be at my street Birkedommervej (number 10). Look up my address on a map to get an idea of where it is.
I expect you to treat my apartment with respect and leave it in the same condition as it was when you arrived. As I charge a cleaning fee you can leave the vacuuming and cleaning to me...unless you have an urge to do it ;-). There's some common house rules you have to follow, no loud music after 10pm and so on. I will leave a set of the house rules for you to see. NO parties! I'm renting my apartment out to maximum two people so no guests. The apartment is not suited for small children.
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 5 days of your trip and the first night is non-refundable, but 50% of the cost for the remaining nights will be refunded.
I live in Copenhagen in the area called Nordvest and I love it here :-). It's a multicultural area not too far from Nørrebro (one of my favorite areas in Copenhagen) and not too close to the center...but also not too far ;-).
I love to travel. But I guess that's a common interests for everybody using airbnb :-). I used to do longtime travels but now it's mainly just vacation. But sometime in the future my backpack will get back on my back ;-). You never get too old for an adventure.