Break Sokos Hotel Caribia
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... not to pay the 10 Euros extra for a breakfast for 2 since we're adjusting to coffee and muesli instead. Deanne and I have both been eating green smoothies for breakfast for years, so the heavier breakfasts are an adjustment.
Today, we'll write, read, and catch up on the blogging and photo editing. Tomorrow we will take a bus to Helsinki and hopefully meet up with Paul, a Madison native that we met through our friend ...
... 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.
... ever known. 21 May 2014: The ship arrived in Turku around 7 a.m. this morning. Due to the snoring monk, I can't say I slept very well. That's okay...I still enjoyed sharing a cabin with him. We disembarked and started walking towards our accommodations. It was early and the streets were quiet and empty. A couple of hours later, we found Bridgettine Convent, where we would call home for the next two nights. We were greeted at the door by a friendly nun and she allowed us ...
... on board the ferry. Everyone but ourselves seemed to be ******, not just a little tipsy "let's do a few annoying woohoos" ******, I mean steaming ******, as in “I can’t even form a sentence before forgetting it and starting a new topic” ******. The staff seemed to be quite ok with these happenings so we just assumed it must be normal for the Finnish and went back to our off board scenery.
The ferry took 11 hours in total and in that time ...