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Travel Blogs from Tuulos
... had to fill out the migration card and I happened to have already some troubles to fill it out.. Luckily an old man on the other side of the corridor helped me. It seems to be rather strict with all the departure dates and host person details.. Anyway it doesn't feel like I am actually going to St. Petersburg, of course I am a bit nervous and even scared, but I don't realize it ...
... The afternoon saw me driving to Kareva to visit with another cousin. Fortunately I was warned about the speed camera's along the way! In winter, the speed limit on the country roads in 80kmh as they are often snow covered & slippery. So it took me longer than I expected to get to my destination, but I finally made it. It was a lovely evening catching up with Timo's family & looking at ...
... 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 & ...
We had only planned to stay one night with our dear friends but Kaija twisted our arm and so we had another night with them. So glad we did. We had a second visit to the mission administration and in the afternoon after a storm Kaija, Rina & I went for a late afternoon walk. Kaija strides it out with her sticks and was a good instructor with a great ...
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As we drove the last few kilometers to their home we passed this complex on our right and I immediately knew this was a place with history and my curiousity was satisfied when we were filled in by such a special tour. And it does have history.
Originally just a farming area this property began its growth in 1801 under the ownership of the Granfelt family who owned it for 75 years. It was then purchased ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking