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... of goods of course. Very popular around here are Babushka dolls (Matryoshka dolls, Russian Nesting dolls), as we are very close to Russia. They were very classy looking artefacts, I especially liked the Michael Jackson and Harry Potter ones. Somehow we managed to resist the temptation to buy a set though.
Dinner was our old favourite, Italian, at a restaurant just off the old town square. We had a window table, so had a ...
... super foods', gorgeous soups, grilled meat and various ways of preparing potatoes. In general, i enjoyed the food immensely. The intense yet peaceful competition between Sweden and Finland was part of every conversation, presentation and tour. It reminded me of the banter between 'the Vics' and the 'West Aussies'! In fact, there weren't many Swedish Principals at the conference, a real surprise to us. A large number of delegates came from China, ...
After a little more shopping, we got in a taxi to go back to the ship. For some reason, taxis are not allowed to go all the way to the original taxi stand at which we hailed the first taxi that morning. That meant Arlene and I had a lengthy walk to get back to the ship. Once we made it to the smooth concrete of the pier, she sat on her walker seat and I pushed her to the boarding point.
... Swedes, Poles, Germans and Russians with an emphasis on the more recent struggle for independence. The pictures of families displaced, sent out to who knows where, persecuted and simply the refugee story was horrific. I didn't realise that there were more civilians killed in WW2 than soldiers and most in Eastern Europe. Not just from battles but starvation and homelessness killed many. Downstairs in the museum much to our amusement we find all the statues removed by ...
... lane to the Town Hall Square. Although the blossoms are out and the birds are merrily chirping, the tourists haven't yet arrived in full force, so the restaurants and bars are rather quiet. It was a coolish evening, and ...