Hotel Artukaisten Paviljonki
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... as bowls of jello are very unlikely to complain.
The tradition is to sit naked while pouring ladels of water over the heated rocks. I'm sure you're all familiar with a sauna but there is somewhat of a ritual to a traditional one: sit, ladle, sweat, cool off in the other room, repeat a couple times, pour cold water on you, repeat, sit in a cold tub, repeat again until you
hallucinate. He said it's 25 ...
... went out for pizza at a local institution and we weren't disappointed. It's interesting to note how many ethnic restaurants wherever we go. You kind of have to hunt to find the local fare sometimes. We did, however, decide to pass on the Viking themed restaurant - Harolds. Oh, and in Sweden, we learned they pronounce it "Vee King" which makes Minnesota fans "Vee Queen" fans.
There are a lot of Thai restaurants here and a ...
Saturday was another day of sleeping in and breakfast made by Anneli. Colin and I hadn't had a chance to see Turku yet so after we got ready, Pekka drove us into the city so we could spend some time exploring. He first took us to the Ittala store so I could buy a Finnish designed (although made in Thailand) serving bowl as a momento of our trip. Then Pekka headed off and Colin and I stopped into the Turku Cathedral and walked through some of Turku on our way to the castle.
... in early. During the check-in process, we learned that she, and most of the nuns here, had relocated from India. She spoke flawless English, along with Finnish and Italian. The LP guidebook claims that this place is the cleanest hostel in Finland. This is likely to be true. Our room was spotless. As the old adage goes....cleanliness is next to godliness. I guess the nuns are keeping up their end of the bargain. I was extremely tired, so I unloaded my bags ...
... slide its way around the Stockholm archipelago islands and into the Finnish archipelago islands. The archipelagos on both sides are small islands, some with inhabitants and other forms of life that follow you all the way in-between Stockholm and Turku. The islands are rocky, have pine trees and would be amazingly cold during winter. Although territory different, you couldn’t really tell the difference between these little island groups, apart from the patriotic ...