Cumulus Salo Hotel
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You know what this trip has been missing? Medieval castles. Just kidding. But seriously, one of Turku's main attractions is the Turku Castle. Cat and Alex weren't too keen on it, so I headed off solo to explore it this morning.
The castle, which originally dates back to the late 13th century, has been built up and added to over the medieval and renaissance periods. It was partially destroyed by ...
... salami and eggs). Well, our survival strategy immediately changed, especially when we also went into the Hotel’s restaurant and found that their prices were reasonable, so we planned a celebratory dinner for the evening at the restaurant and went home for a sauna.
All freshened up and dressed for the occasion we wandered down to the restaurant, only to find it and the Hotel and Spa SHUT!
Back to the cabin ...
... all the largest of all the new passenger liners are built, and the original capital of Finland) and disembarked our very comfortable and surprisingly picturesque ferry cruise through both archipelagos of about 30,000 islands on the Swedish side to 25,000 on the Finnish side.
Next objective was to get to our resort location at Aristo near Parainen. I know, we knew exactly where they were too!!
First step, find ...
Lessons learned this week: always double check the address and other details of the hotel you book via an online booking service. The person who is in charge of the arrangements of our trip had not noticed that the address mentioned in connection with the hotel she had booked did not match reality. In the address given to her, you would find a staggeringly gorgeous 17th century villa, lovingly restored, now used as a conference and event venue. I had ...
... is the cantering and the forest. I get told off for racing an 8 year old across the arena, aching to kick my horse into a canter. Irma here name is, and she seems to be rather blase about everything, just like my lesson. The last 15 minutes we spend trotting through the forest back to the stables, the girls go wild with excitement, the other 30 year old panics thinking she is not ready and I have a messed up right foot from Jokey Stirruping too short ...