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We got one couch you can sleep on if you are smaller than 165 cm. We still have the floor where we can put one-two people to. You would stay in the living room. Please bring a sleeping bag. If you stay alone for one night you don't have to pay for food, but if you stay for a couple of nights and have breakfast, lunch and dinner etc. I might think about it. :) We live in the South of Düsseldorf with a very good connection to the main station and the old town by underground in either 9 or 14 minutes. From the underground it's just a few stops by bus or a ten minutes walk. We don't have pets and you can't bring pets. If you smoke: outside only as we do not smoke at all. what do do in and around Düsseldorf? depends on what you like to see... Wuppertaler Schwebebahn, Cologne Cathedral, different kind of castles, Ruhrgebiet, Düsseldorf Altstadt (oldtown), a few art museums, Neanderthal museum (really good!), open-air museum Hagen (very nice aswell at least in summer), Aqualand in North Cologne (swimming), indoor skiing in Neuss (~15 min by car) ... Just ask me, I've been living in this region for all my life... Actually you can come whenever we are around but you have ot check first. As you would stay in the living room we have short stays only (max 2-3 nights). During the week we have to work/go to university so this means for you getting up not too late! :)
Large room of 30 square metres is available. A comfortable sofabed for two is here. The shower is small but the water temperature is exact (digitally controlled). The apartment is very close to the main station (7 minutes walk). Shops 1 minute - Chinese, Greek, German etc. Use the kitchen but if you stay for more than a day then please bring some food. There are many inexpensive shops within three minutes walk. Cologne is twenty minutes in the train, Frankfurt two hours, Paris 4 hours in the car. Great here in the summer but not to be recommended in the winter, unless "Cold and wet" is good for you. The trade fairs here are something special but cost a few € to get in (10 - 15€) so you get to see the latest things on sale. Shops are generally shut (in all of Germany) but the government sees to it that beers and all kinds of alcohol are available night and day! (And are state subsidized!) But you don't have to be an alcoholic to come here. I prefer non-alcoholics actually ;-)
spare air mattress in my studio appartment. i live in the hear of düsseldorf, about 10 mins walk from the famous old city and rhine river. bustop and subway station to all mayor parts of the city right in fron of the door. 5 mins by bus from main trains station. düsseldorf has about 500k inhabitants, lots of things to do/see as well as a few interesting towns nearby i.e. cologne(köln), frankfurt... its about 4.5 h from munich, paris or berlin by train and about 2h from amsterdam.
There is a two bed place immediately under the roof which would have to shared with me when I'm there. I'm quite a lot travelling myself at the moment and therefore don't have an own flat - this is the place of my parents, who are also often travelling. The town is actually called Neuss, but it isn't in the database ... to I chose DÃ¼sseldorf, which is just across the Rhine. No smoking, no drugs.
a can suggest mattersses that can be put either in my room or in the living room. i live in a 4 bedroom flat with three other flatmates. we all study together in the university on the other side of the road. so our house is very close to the university, but unfortunately quite far from the city center. there are busses that run through most of the day, and some trams in walking distance.
Small room in the basement of a house with garden (quiet suburb 12 Minutes from station by public transport). The room has got a double bed (1.50 mtrs) toilet one floor up and familiy bathroom with shower has to be shared, no use of kitchen, you will have to buy your own foo Our place would be great do explore Cologne, Dusseldorf and Essen
I live togehter wit an Italian ERASMUS student of politics (m, 23) and an economics intern (m; 26). There's a huge changeover as I'm starting a new job, so hosting people may be a little tricky at the moment. What I Can Share with Guests The location of the flat is excellent, close to the central station and the city center.
Double-couch in living-room. 50m2 quiet flat in the North of City-Centre. These Part of City is called Mörsenbroich Near to Airport an Highway A 52 and 44 Tram to City-Centre is 3 min away (15min ride) Feel free to use the kitchen while you are here, but you will have to buy your own food. 3 Gerbils in Living-Room
hi, i am living in a small but nice appartment just two stations away of the main train station in the mid of the city. there is one room, a bath and a kitchen where you can prepare yor own meals (but please no meat). feel free to ask me about anything you want to know...
I live in a tiny apartment on the 5th floor of a walk-up. Nothing chic or fabulous, but comfy enough. Got a sofa you are welcome to sleep on for a night or two. Would be more than happy to give you a tour of the town. Weekends would work out best for everyone involved.
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