Break Sokos Hotel Caribia
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... somewhat of a ritual to a traditional one: sit, ladle, sweat, cool off in the other room, repeat a couple times, pour cold water on you, repeat, sit in a cold tub, repeat again until you
hallucinate. He said it's 25 Euros for an hour but gave us enough wood for 2. I never thought we'd last that long but we did. Deanne liked looking at the steam come off my body when in the cooling room. I haven't been this hot since I was in a Turkish Hamam and I ...
... bartender told us.
It seemed to be a relatively sleepy town for the 2nd largest city. We called it an early night and slept in since we are on vacation after all. We walked around on Sunday looking for a brunch place. It was downright hot in the sun and we found a wonderful buffet at a trendy spot near the river: Blanko. A DJ was spinning music at the recently voted trendiest place in Finland. Who knew? But the buffet was amazing ...
... Kioski for candy, and wandered around a bit, snapping photos and just taking it in. Then we strolled by the river and people-watched for a while.
One thing I noticed straight away about Turku is that everyone seems to be exceptionally good looking here. Men and women alike are tall and fit. Lots of blond hair. Also, everyone seems to ride bikes, jog, or engage in other sorts of active sports. I'm not sure whether it's motivational or not, but it's certainly fun to look at.
... seemed like, countless islands. Some of the smaller islands were private and had luxury homes built right on the water's edge. After taking in the view and the crisp ocean air for a while, I headed back to the cabin to get some sleep. That's when our new friend's alter ego was released. By day, the monk was mild-mannered and gentle as he travelled his path to enlightenment. However come nightfall, that peaceful resolve was replaced by the most violent snoring the ...
... quiet city. Kiss my Turku is the city slogan at the moment.
One P.S. It's strange how much stress can age you. I did something really silly today (11th) and only after making things right did I realise how old I felt. Travelling to foreign countries, difficult and hairy situations give me the same feeling, like I'm a crone in my own skin, but nothing like today. And that's all ill say on the ...