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... wait for a taxi.. after what felt like ages of travelling we arrived at the accommodation. It looked terrible, rooms are basic but I didn't care anymore.. I was shattered, annoyed and angry. We had no bedding or anything. A friend Hannah lent me some jammies and I was left in my room feeling sorry for myself whilst Natasha went out drinking which I thought was a best option. I decided to put my pictures on the wall and watch 90210.
I thought tomorrow could definitely be ...
... bag.. mine and Natasha's bag was no where to be seen so we went over to air France desk to get told it was lost in Paris. I WANTED TO CRY!. We then decided to finish off out journey by getting the bus to Hameenlinna where we would we be staying. Got out the airport to be completely lost, Natasha asked a desk inside to be told the bus would arrive in 35minutes and would take 1.5hours. So we sat on the ground searching through our bags looking to see what we had to last us until our ...
As a collector of retro Finnish Glassware, a visit to the Glass Village & Museum at Iittala was a must do for me. And yes, Iittala is a town, not just a brand, like Nokia! After a delicious breakfast off yummy breads, cheese, cold meat & coffee, we headed off to Iittala. The museum was interesting, with displays of iconic Iittala glassware from designers such as Alvar & ...
... there haven’t been any students because they are doing their job in working life at the moment. I recognized that they are very proud of LINUX and Linus Torvalds although they mainly use Microsoft products ;-). But they do in their ICT-laboratories some interesting work: they assemble and disassemble computers and they are setting up servers and ...
... 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 ...