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... of darkness and lacey illumination of streets and buildings as we descended into the pre-sunrise Frankfurt airport. It was 6 a.m. for the locals but the car headlights, like columns of ants, showed that the roads were alive with commuter traffic. Once on the ground I could see that there was no snow around and we were informed that the temperature at the time was 5 degrees.
As I had heard, Frankfurt is a massive airport and the people gathered in front of ...
... back to Finland. The trip only took 2 hours but was long enough as we have done a lot of sitting between planes, trains and buses lately. We are staying at a lovely hotel right opposite the Art Deco station in Helsinki. It has a funny little lift and follows on with an almost Art Deco theme throughout the rooms. They are doing a lot of renovations in the hotel as well which I think has knocked out the air conditioning, but it is very comfortable. Tomorrow we head to ...
Frank and I walked miles today and it was extremely pleasant. Another beautiful day for strolling around a foreign city. We headed out this morning and caught the tram from the station square (just near our apartment) down to the ferry terminal. There were some brilliant markets on the foreshore with everything from fresh fruit to clothes - and even people selling fish straight off their small boats. We caught the ...
... Law is acrimonious but she concedes the woman has impeccable taste... no comment M). Then off into a light smattering of rain to Vivo's, a Lebanese takeaway that is immaculately clean and serves us the most amazing shawarma kebab and the plat de jour, a mince with aubergine and sweet potato thing. On the way back I pick up a cuckoo clock. Then back to devour the Vivo's and a well earned päiväunet. Not sure who is snoring but it's coming from the ginger ones ...
... breads and rolls for sandwiches. After eating we went for a walk to see the sites of the town (the equivalent of walking through Peru). We saw their old house, the community college where Pekka taught marketing for 37 years and the town library. Anneli doesn't speak English, so Pekka and Colin spent most of the walk reminiscing about his time living with the Uskali's. It was a quick walk, so we had some time to relax a bit before heading into ...
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