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... been treated as slaves by the Russians and Germans for a thousand years. They are enjoying their new found freedom and belonging to the European Union.
We then traveled to the Old Town for a tour on foot. Interesting history yet too many tourist shops. Oh, wait, Yolande is still down there so obviously not enough. Hope she gets back before it's dark, oh wait, it doesn't get ...
... The sauna became my morning coffee room, at least for my first cup.
When I arrived at the office the next morning, I got into my work email. It is worth noting at this point that we had been waiting for our Pakistan visas since March 24, 2014. When I opened my work email account, I saw an email that had the time stamp of 16:30 the previous day, stating I had my visa and Leslie's would follow shortly. How ironic I finally received my visa ...
... the restaurant was
it only by candle which made eating the meal interesting... The kids also had to make sure they didn't set their pyjamas on fire reaching across the table...!
the snow has turned to light rain tonight so it will be interesting to see what tomorrow brings weather wise....there is still so much we want to see here, we wish we were staying longer here...it is a really beautiful place....!
happy New Year...!
... After a quick lunch break by the market area where we were encouraged to buy something for lunch (tom and I had a pre packed apple and a bag of crisps) we set off up one of the central streets in Helsinki. It used to be the old market street where farmers would bring their cattle and fresh produce but it is now one of the most expensive streets in the capital! In the centre is a mini park where a lot of activities take place in the summer. There is a monument to the writer of the ...
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