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... saying goodbye. During the time we were having a coffee I had so many emotions going through my head I tried not to think about them and I tried not to think about saying goodbye to my mum and uncle... I'm not good with goodbyes so I knew we would end up crying. I decided it was time to go through and get it over and done with and yes I cried and so did dotty. Looking back through the security gates was difficult but I was ready to start my new adventure. We had breakfast ...
... ended up going through five security check ins with one of which being searched at.. French people definitely search you thorough! Once through last security we were able to buy a sandwich and sit for 5 minutes before we got called for boarding. The flight from Paris to Helsinki was okay, I done some reading, eating and sleeping for three hours. HOWEVER, everything after we landed was a disaster. We arrived to pick up our luggage after going to the toilet to find out the screen was ...
... Tapio Wirkkala & Timo Sarpaneva. There were also moulds used to create some of these classic pieces.
The Glass Village also has some gift shops with Finnish made handicrafts, as well as a shop with some retro Finnish glass for sale. If only I didn't have a weight limit for my luggage on the trip home... A visit to the cafe for coffee has us drinking from Iittala cups & ...
... could only just keep up with her and it didn't help getting distracted by all the wildflowers.
They are just beautiful and for some time I had been thinking of picking a bunch to admire in a vase and up to date I had only been photographing many of the flowers. There is such a variety and they are everywhere during spring....on the roadsides, ...
... wealthy Colonel Hugo Standertskjold ( Aulanko fame - same chap that built the lookout tower and beautiful gardens.) To him this property was just one along with many others and after selling it in early 1900's it was owned by a brickworks and then under the ownership of Helsinki City. The welfare department used it as a home for unemployed men who could be kept busy working the farm doing all that it included.
In 1923 when it came ...