Cumulus Turku Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... thoughts started again. All my travels last year were with Him - Him by my side to share the moments, talk to, pass the time with....but now here I was, all by myself (for hours!).
And from here, the panic set in about how exactly I was going to do any travel without him. Stupid I know because I have traveled alone before, and to be honest, I have extremely fond memories of solo travel. You are forced to meet new people as you are not ...
... had quite a bit to see and shouldn't be rushed.
There were grand halls, gowns, a throne, and a chapel, as well as ...
... over to the Old Town and browsed in a few of the souvenir shops, but it was really odd. You could tell that Naantali would be quite the happening place in the middle of summer. But it just seemed really creepy all empty, like something out of a zombie movie or Village of the Damned. The brightly painted wooden houses in the Old Town should've been picturesque, but with practically nobody in the streets, they were just eerie. Especially since it seems like most of the owners ...
... And want you to link your Facebook and other online profiles with your Air BnB account. Obviously being security conscious we are not about to allow some company to have access to our entire life in one location. So looks like Air BnB will be losing our business. So we had to hunt for a place to stay from tomorrow. By the time we got going it was about 10.30. We headed to the info centre then went into The Tallink ...
Day 8-9: Visits to a local school and a local university
Day 10: Renaissance & baroque Rome (Campo dei Fiori, Piazza Navona etc.)
Day 11: Modern Rome
Day 12-14: Free!
We'll have someone from Villa Lante guiding us on our tours, or so I've understood this. Way cool! The researchers and academics staying at Villa Lante are mostly historians specializing in the history of Rome / Italy, so I'm quite sure we'll get the most out of ...