Salbohed Garden Bed & Breakfast
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... is a beautiful community about 55 miles west of Stockholm situated in a rural area. There are several canals running through it that at one time played major roles in the Industrial Age of machinery and milling.
Signe used to tell us stories about ice skating on the frozen canals in the winter and sledding from one town to another along the canals. We walked through the cobblestone streets and tried to imagine which buildings must ...
This was a school day and I spent the day in our partner school in Jakobsberg. The Swedes are very fond of their coffee and a classy coffee machine in the staff room is a welcome friend.
Schools in Sweden are not too different from those in the UK but the different climate means that ...
This past weekend, I took the short 2.5 hour flight over to Sweden, to spend some time with Katelyn visiting a friend from Laurentian, Caroline, who is spending her semester studying in Vasteras, Sweden .
I arrived in Stockholm just after 2 o'clock. I had 4 hours until I had to be at the airport to meet Katelyn before heading to Vasteras. With all this free time, I decided to walk around the city. This is the first time since ...
... coffee, as they just did to much (by accident). And ofc Karen had the best Baguettes in the city, okey maybe after Kale Pa Spangen. This was a place, runned by turkish man, it had a great discount for students and awesome cakes! After hiking's during freezing winter we used to go there and just chat. Loved that, totally!
Ah, what about hiking. Once Hagen|german guy| convinced me to go for a hike with some other people. Should I mention it was something ...
... a day, they feed us and give us a bed for night, and we get the afternoons and weekends off to explore the local area....a pretty fair deal, and a good way to spend some time in an expensive country like Sweden. With about 20 hours of daylight, after a few hours of work there's plenty of time for other things. At this time of year the sun sets about 11pm, then we have dusk for abour 4 hours before the next sunrise.....pretty special and a little hard to get used to. ...