Salbohed Garden Bed & Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Driving through torrential rain we decided to find somewhere to free camp and selected quiet village ski car park, 400m down a narrow gravel track. Perfect we thought until the first of the committee party goers arrived to celebrate the building of their Piste basher's hut!! Thankfully we couldn't hear them for the rain hitting the roof. We even managed to watch the FA Cup final on the German satellite.
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 ...
After Dublin, Västerås seems lacking, but it is back to classes until the next trip. This would be a good place to add that I have never felt unsafe in this city, even walking late at night or early in the morning. There are no neighborhoods that I have found that are not safe. Public transportation is also user friendly, although I have heard that this is not the case ...
Västerås is where I am currently living, so I think this area will be updated as I find new and cool things about the city. While being small, it is a cool city, especially during winter. Lake Mälaren freezes over, making it possible to walk, skate and ski on. The city plows paths for people to follow. I do not think this city would really be on any tourist's 'to do' list, but I rather like it so far. It has several Gallarians - malls - with ...
Yeah, life in Sweden is different.
First of all I came there just after one day chill back home in Lithuania. I was just back from United States. So time zones, friends and relatives call just dropped on my shoulders, I came to North exhausted as never before!
First day went there, I realized that for half a year I will have huge holidays, though it was my last year in university back home, and my thesis should be the most important thing that time, but ...