Cumulus Turku Hotel
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Inside the Cathedral were royal tombs. I don't know enough about Finland history as to who they were. Possibly Swedish Kings as I don't think Finland had a monarchy of its own
Today we decided to hop a bus to the nearby island of Naantali, which is meant to be a happening summer hotspot with beaches, nature parks, an amusement park for Moomin (the creepiest children's characters ever... if you've never heard of them, see this), a beautiful old town, a harbour, etcetera. It all sounded pretty good to us, so we made our way into the centre of town this morning and got some local transit passes, and headed out.
The bus ride ...
... 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 ...
... big rig onto the world, tits were bouncing everywhere and not the good kind unfortunately.
We finished Turku the way the locals do by venturing into the pub and getting a drink. At last we felt like true Finnish people, well at least until we finished our drinks and realised that we could not afford another one, thus sending ourselves straight back into the tourist category. Yep, Finland was certainly “different” from its classy Scandinavian brothers to the west. ...