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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... second, following the destruction by the Germans in 1944. Information in the same area explained the very complicated history surrounding Finland, Nazi Germany and Stalin's Russia in that period.
Exiting the Artikum post sunset (4:00 pm), I made my way to the town centre and discovered all the shops closed closed at 4. Along the way I passed more low rise apartments but also saw some single family homes not too far from the town centre.
... arrived home, we all left to go to Comico, a Texmex restaurant, for dinner. Maria went for a delicious salmon & spicy prawn combo served with a healthy jacket potato. David, as usual, went for a more unusual choice (or perhaps it was because of the translation from Finnish to English), tortilla crumbed pork with jack and blue cheese filling, smothered in a pepper sauce with crispy fried potatoes on the side. Sounds a bit weird, but it tasted fantastic.
... which allows him to travel the globe visiting all the girls and boys in a single night. We saw photos of him with celebrities and world leaders before rounding a corner and there was the man himself. Father Christmas greeted us like old friends (we do go way back). He asked where we had come from and knew Warrnambool well. He said he visited every Christmas. He asked about our trip and gave some insights into the places we are yet to visit. He was particularly interested ...
... with Lingonberry jam which was quite good. Picked up a new hat as well. Red with reindeer and white fur on the top. In the afternoon stopped off for some pancakes with cloudberry jam and got my last hat, a "traditional" which is blue, with four points and ...
... in fact their optimal working temperature is -20 degrees! Raelene and I hopped on a sled pulled by 12 pure bred Siberian huskys, while the Austrian couple found themselves being pulled by Alaskan Huskies (who were hired by the farm as most of their dogs were looking after puppies) When the dogs knew they were about to pull the sled they went mental! Barking jumping and straining in their harness, eager to go! It was quite amazing to see how much they enjoy it! ...