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It was so convenient staying with our friends since they were only 20min drive from Birmingham airport and from there we could fly to Helsinki (via Copenhagen). This took virtually all day.
Thank you Sue and Terry for being such good hosts
The flight was good (SAS) with a 3hr stopover arriving into Helsinki at about 6:00pm we had the choice of the airport bus or ...
... had not even hit the computer system, notwithstanding the fact that Bill had actually booked it with the boss. They eventually set up a table for 8, sat us down and brought the other 6 from their previous table. We had a lovely night with the Fullgrabes, Stelio and Judy and Marilyn and Grantley Sims, lots of lively conversation, good food and wine. I had the seafood sampler, filet mignon and cheese while Bill bad the vegetables tempura, New York strip loin steak and chocolate lava ...
... It was an old fort in the time of the Swedish occupation. To protect the harbour city of Helsinki. It was a lovely sunny day, so beautiful to spend the day wondering around the fort. But, unfortunately Marks back pain stopped us from doing some of the things I wanted to do here. Although, he did an amazing amount of stuff despite the pain. He tells me it is getting better, but the lump in the side is still there. Not sure what it ...
... displays were even better, amazing artefacts from the country; agricultural, social, crafts, furniture, really a great assembly of some really cool things. Into the shop to buy Matt the “Thor’s Hammer” amulet I’d promised him. Norse people in the old days wore them much as Christians wear a cross, swore oaths by them etc. Time for home so we caught a tram to just around the corner from our hotel. We walked up the hill, finding a Green Man in the door ...
... requirements following our night in a forest cabin: 1. Hot shower 2. Coffee 3. Sleep This is thanks to Maria's brother Timo and girlfriend Sara, whose wonderful hospitality coaxes me back into the land of the living. It is also great to see Laura, Maria's sister, for the first time in many years. Together they are also full of helpful and - mostly - ...