Hotel Artukaisten Paviljonki
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... spend amount to use a credit card. I decided that if we got two bottles it might be enough, but I probably could have just bought one. $5 for a small bottle is the reason why we fill ours up at home!!! Ouch!
Anyway, back to the boat trip. We have really got this hop-on hop-off thing nailed. We hopped on, sat down and then after a whole route we hopped off. That’s how it is done isn’t it? I did think it was strange that no-one ...
... a snake! Finland only has 2 snake species and only one being venomous. Had an awesome close encounter! So, it was a productive day all in all.
Lesson of the day: To drive a car from A to B, is not normally a medal ceremony event for me, but today, after being so scared to drive in another country on my own in the first place, it was. Today, I felt like it was ok to be on my own, because I just proved to myself that I don't need Him to survive.
... also kinda awesome as people danced around the deck and we stumbled through the Finnish songbook and chimed in on folk songs that luckily had lots of "la-la-la" parts.
We docked around eleven and then headed up the river to another boat -- the Aussie bar -- for more beers. I suspect in Turku, if you're not on a boat of some sort, you're sort of missing the point. The river is gorgeous all lit up at night, and we had a great time enjoying our penultimate night of the trip.
... overnight ferry. We boarded the ferry, located our cabin then went exploring? It was a big ship with shopping galore! It seemed everyone's priority was to check into their cabin then shop! They were packed! I headed straight outside to see what I had missed out on by not getting the cruise! It's beautiful coastline. The archipelago dotted with small islands and beautiful houses. We then had dinner in the Grill Restaurant. It was ...
... eat with coffee. This turned out to be our only finnish dining experience, and it was really tasty. Along with the usual breakfast fare we're used to there was cold smoked trout and pickled herring and some sort of porridge i didn't try. Lots of heavy rye breads and cold cuts and cheese. It was so worth it to get out of the rain. We killed some more time by walking over to a fourteenth century cathedral. The door was open so we went in. Church was in session so ...