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... universities) and health care are totally free for everyone, no matter who you are and what your background is. What I did know was that women in Finland where the first ones to get voting rights in 1906, but now I know why! In Finish language you don't have a difference for male or female, it's one word used for all - equality! And as the finish language is so special, I said to the girl in the restaurant that asked me where was I ...
... went to Peterhof Palace, what a place. The gardens were full of fountain that worked by being gravity fed, no pumps. To say that they were fantastic is an understatement, I’m hoping that the photos show how grand they are. There was little gazebo type buildings, one of these had birds in cages. The café is now housed in what was called the Orange house, what we would call a green house. It was called the Orange house because of the colour of the building not ...
... in the Terrier Group lineup who was just going: "Let's play tug! Oh, you want me to stand! OK! But hey, I stood, so that's enough now! Yay, going for a walk! What, you want me to do it properly? There's food involved? See I can do properly!" He came second in Group, but he won everyone's heart! So, I have had a really good time so far. One more day of dog shows, then Alex can get us back! Poor Alex didn't see us from ...
... Yummy cheesecake with lingonberry sauce was for dessert. When I went to the bathroom upstairs on the 3rd floor, it was a very cool experience. I searched for a light switch for a few minutes but couldn’t find anything! So, I took one of the candles sitting on the stair banister inside with me. They thought of every little detail in the bathroom. The toilet was carved out of a slab of rock. The sink was carved out of a stone, too, and had a pot hanging over ...
... that suggest this is a 'must see’. The church itself is carved right out of the rock and then capped with the most incredible solid copper roof I’ve ever seen. The pictures below give a sense of the church, but do not do justice to just how amazing it really is. There was a pianist playing music, so Cathy and I just sat for a while and enjoyed the experience. Cathy commented, and I agree whole heartedly, that if one was going to go to church, this is ...
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