Salbohed Garden Bed & Breakfast
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... left from Liverpool, England on the ship Cedric and arrived at Ellis Island October 9, 1904. Once in New York, they got on a train for the final journey to Iowa. While aboard the train, Signe was robbed of all of her money but finally arrived in Iowa and started work as a housekeeper.
Signe eventually married and had 2 daughters, Violet (Bruce's grandmother) and Frances. Signe left Iowa and took both girls to a farm a few miles outside ...
... have more space for boots and bulky warm clothing. Pupils go out to play in all weathers, unlike in the UK. School lunches are of the serve yourself and help yourself variety with a good choice of hot lunches and salad and vegetables. There is no dessert with the lunch.
... then went to a cafe in town to have our afternoon fika, a Swedish word to describe taking a break to have a coffee and snack. We tried one of the traditional Swedish snack of a "chocolate ball" which is exactly as it sounds, a ball of chocolate rolled in coconut.
We had a relaxing night to prepare for our next day in Stockholm, made dinner in her residence, hung out with some of her friends and got a tour of inside her university.
... sharing her single tiny bed with her. If talking about Nina, we used to eat ice-cream in her bed while watching movies, or inviting our very good Martin for food parties. No wonders why we gained a lot of kilos over there, haha!
The best part of living in Signalisten was our Tuesday sessions and all other night sessions, that we used to call nights at Flygplatz (airport). We used to go to Yigit's (turkish guy in my floor room) with other nationalities ...
... and make space for the strawberry vines, as well as make the fields more accessible for the self pickers who came to the farm. Row after row, field after field, we pulled weeds from the ground - sometimes not progressing more than one row per hour. It's not an easy job on the body as it involves bending down for hours on end, stretching our hamstrings further than I thought possible. It certainly felt good to be upright again at the end of the day. And if stretched ...