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It's really interesting the observations you make when sleep deprived and alcohol enhanced.
For instance; the cars here all have Euro plates and the Finns don't wear plaid.
Let me start at the start.
Some of you may recall that my last blog started with me leaving my backpack on the TTC shuttle bus from Kipling subway …
I had to post yesterday before the real adventure began. We had three uncertain things about last night:
1. Would the bus driver let us ride the bus with the Eurail?
2. Would we be able to find the train station in Tornio, and would it be a warm place to wait?
3. Would the train show up in Tornio?
The bus showed up to the …
The St. Petersburg station Adimiralskaya is 282 feet below the ground. The third bell telling us the show was going to start didn't ring until after 7:30. It was a full house. I really liked the 4th part where the white and black swans were dancing together. I've seen only 3 ballets. So I'm not an expert on any of this. It was very nice. I was able to tell Elvira how happy I was about the ballet. I saw her in passing at the hostel. I keep forgetting ...
... much to Orla's amusement), we saw a chap running towards us with a camera shouting his two lovely daughters to hurry up. It took a few seconds to realise that a) he wasn't trying to take pictures of the eccentric English family who like walking in the rain, or b) the market hall. When we turned round there was THE most amazing rainbow display. Kate or I have never seem such vivid colours in a rainbow. Orla was oooh-ing away and pointing (a ...
... look at the Russian Orthodox church - an imposing red brick building with copper green roof and gold tips on the 'onion' turrets. As it was Monday when most things are closed, the church wasn't open but it overlooks the impressive white Lutheran church.
The ferry was still chocker even at 4 o'clock but it was still 29 degrees and plenty of the day left. The island is a sea fortress built in 1748 when Sweden occupied the ...