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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to view the beer belly that I am surely cultivating despite all the walking that I am doing. Arrgh!
Not sure where I wanted to eat, I started walking into a new area that showed promise for some entertainment venues. I wandered for over an hour without finding anything that felt right so I ended up grabbing a "King Fish" sandwich at Burger King. I guess one good birthday meal will have to suffice this year.
... a new route for the dozen of motorhomes and their occupants she was responsible for. She hired a boat to take them across the lake but because there was no wharf they put a make shift one together. Evidently little has changed in Russia in the past 25 years. Since Tanja speaks fluent Russian and knows their culture, she's in a unique position to take a tour like this. I'm sure there's plenty of Kiwis and Aussies who would love this kind of wild adventure!
The Touring ...
... and we pulled into Finland's impressive harbour around 5pm, getting a panoramic view of the port and city in the process. We opted to walk to the hostel instead of taking a tram, since the weather seemed a bit cooler and we wanted to get oriented. Of course, the walk was a bit longer than it had looked on a map, so about 30 minutes later we arrived, sticky and sweaty and with sore feet, and made a beeline for showers.
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... get us. When we finally saw them heading in, we noticed a coast guard boat close behind them. After we boarded the boat and headed out, the coast guard came swooping in and pulled us over. Apparently Peter was speeding through the harbor, which he was fully aware he was doing but they were late and he was trying to make up time. The officers breathalyzed him and did a full check of the boat while Peter talked himself out of the ticket. I think ...
... night and we once again enjoyed dinner at our table for ten. Our dinner companions, besides Terry and Sandra, are a Mexican family from Mexico City comprised of three generations: Pablo senior, who celebrated his 70th birthday today, his wife, their son (also named Pablo) and his wife and mother-in-law, and their seven year old son (also named Pablo). The grandparents don’t speak English, but the middle Pablo and his wife do and are friendly and engaging ...