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We are very flexible!
How to handle things in our home
YOU ARE WELCOME
Open the drawers and cabinets to explore what is available. You are welcome to use everything you find here, eggs, butter, cream , cheese, flour, sugar , spices, etc. If something goes out then we will be happy if you buy back.
Induction, press the button at the left to activate it, then press the part of the hob (hotplate) you want to use. You must press the button and decide the heat 1-9 on the grades shown in the middle. P istands for "extra POWER" and heats very quickly. Almost hard to use.
Every time you choose to change the heat, press first on the hotplate you are using, and then lower or raise the grades shown in the middle.
Add 1 dishwasher tablet (found in the same box as garbage) in the slot on the inside of the door and close. On top of the door on the inside are all buttons. Press the button on the left (at CYLINDA,) it turns on “P4” to the right , then press the button on the far right, close the door, and the machine will start.
It beeps when it's ready.
We keep it in a drawer under the sink, next to the oven
There is an electrical outlet to the right of the stove that fits well for the toaster, and other household appliances.
Makes good espresso and strong coffee
These knives are very sharp and can not be machine washed
Open the large lid on top of the machine (in the back).
Just push the button of Your choice
For normal brewing of ground coffee
For those who like the "presso"
Easy to use, perfekt coffee every time.
easy to use and producing a full-bodied coffee, rich in aroma
HOW TO SORT GARBAGE
Newspapper, cardboard and glas we put in separate bags in the closet.
The rest we sort like this, and empties it into the special bins (in the house for garbage) in the courtyard.
Located at the on the ground floor, down the hall . Key to the basement is on the key ring (the door just inside the entrance on the ground floor on the left side) the lowermost lock .
Symbol Instructions on each machine. You can use our detergent. Its in a plastic bag marked "13". You have to turn on the power (a big swith in the wall) for each machines, and of course turn off afterwards.
We have to book a time for laundry. Inside laundry room door is a cupboard with all appartments number and dates on. There are little locks that can be moved to a free time that suits You. Use the smallest key on the keyring. Our lock have number "13".
It is poorly marked on washingmachines. Therefore, a small guide.
In the two innermost bins:
Left: Fabric softener Right: Liquid detergent
In the two outermost bins:
Left: Pre-wash Right: Main wash
Computer with windows 10
cable or wifi
Network: hemma2,4 or hemma5,0
Login pin : plantage
Canon MG6350 for photoquality
Accessed on wifi or usb-cable
TRAMS,BUSES AND BOATS
We provide cards for all public transportation. They might need a to be recharged in "the Seven-Eleven" shop just across the street, Linnegatan.
Hold the card against the blue card-
reader when you board. Hold it
there until the green lamp lights up.
If you dont use the card you can find a blue " paybox " receiving cash and credit card in the middle of every bus or tramset.
On Linnegatan 20 meters from our adress You can find bikes for rent.
The system is called "Styr & ställ". They are free off charge for half an hour. After that you can rent them for a small cost. Just use a creditcard at the rentstation to bye a bikepass.
GO BY BUS OR TRAIN TO OTHER CITYS
Oslo including returnticket
Buses: Round trip costs around 39 Euro per person
Trains: Round trip costs around 39 Euro per person
Copenhagen including returnticket
Buses Round trip cost about 41 Euro per person
Train Round trip cost about 41 Euro per person
Stockholm including returnticket
Bus Round trip costs approximately 59 Euro per person
Trains Round trip costs approximately 59 Euro per person.
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TV WITH SOUNDBAR
55" 3d led. Play your own movies on USB.
Surroundsystem, extern base. Great sound!
From the couch, point the remote control a little to the right and slightly upward toward the right corner of the room, so that it finds the signal back to the receiver at the bedroom door .
TV on-off on the green button, pointing towards the TV.
Find Netflix and a lot of recorded movies here. When changing channel you must point to the corner as shown
The soundbar is not necessary to shut down, could be on all the time. If you want to connect a smartphone or a tablet and play your own musik, you can do so via Bluetooth. Press the "function" button in the upper right part until you see "BT" in the display. Go into your device and navigate to "LG SOUNDBAR" in the menu for bt. Click Connect!
some lights can be dimmed with this remote. Press on the right side to light on and off, and on the left side to dim.
Under the bench in the hall lives Ludde. He is a robotic vacuumcleaner. It's a playful name, ludd means dust in Swedish. He tends to wake up to on Fridays at 14.30. Pick up things from the floor so that he can access everywhere. Turn the chairs at the dining room table. He needs to rest from time to time but will soon be out again.
If you are home and dont want to listen to his noise, you can put him off with the big orange button and put him back in charging station with the rounded side facing the wall.
See this picture.
A vacuum cleaner, sweeping brooms and floor mops you will find in the closet.
We always keep all the essentials for you to have
Toothpaste, cotton pads, handkerchiefs and cotton swabs.
The bathroom also includes shower gel, shampoo and hair conditioner.
Extra towels over the door
FIRST AID KIT
On the wall of the closet in the hallway you will find a first aid kit.
On the same wall you also find a fire extinguisher.
FIRST AID AND FIREFIGHTING
The greater the number you are traveling with, and the longer you stay, the cheaper it will become compared to other accommodations.
You get to know someone else's home and surroundings, and get good advices about what to do.
You often can borrow things you need, from bicycles to games. Since you can wash your clothes, you can reduce your packing.
You are not locked out of mealtimes or guided tours. You take care of yourself and disposes over your own time
You will stay outside the normal tourist areas.
You get someone who is watering your flowers, taking care of your mail, and maybe mowing the grass and feeding the fish. Your home is not empty so the the risk of burglary decreases.