Address: Norrstrandsvägen 217, Nagu, Western Finland, 21660, Finland | Hotel
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Nagu and Korpoo on the Finnish Archipelago

A travel blog entry by hippler on Sep 08, 2014

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... near our centuries old farmhouse this afternoon. We're staying at a B&B on the island of Nagu and nobody else is here. There are about 6 rooms and this house would hold 15 people or more. But school started August 10, there aren't many foreign tourists, and the locals are done for the season. That's why shoulder season travel is so great: easy to get a room and prices are right. And it's nice and quiet.

This is an ...


A travel blog entry by sheppa80 on Jun 22, 2013

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... things that I did really want to be open, this was not one of them. Even though we had only been in Europe for a very short period of time, I was already having “not another f**king church again” syndrome. I think anyone that has been to any country in Europe has had one or many of these moments and they are not just church exclusive, you can have these moments in art galleries, museums and even little dainty cupcake stores.

The church was impressive, ...

At last, I've seen inside a Bowman 45!

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 12, 2012

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... r or Houtskari, depending upon whether you're Swedish or a Finn. It was just outside the lands and therefore part of Finland proper, necessitating a change of courtesy flag to Finland, which I did en route.

This was probably one of the best day’s sailing we’ve had hereabouts and it would have been absolute heaven in a normal summer, with its’ wall to wall sunshine. Instead, we had rather gloomy ...

Early start to southward migration

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 30, 2011

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... to the supermarket via the ferry whilst I readied the boat, filling the water tank and so on. We were ready by 10:45 and set off, a bit sad as we were enjoying Finland and we liked Turku but hey ho, that's the way things go at times.

The wind was favourable for sailing direction-wise and we were in no hurry, having only 25 miles or so to do, so the fact that our speeds weren’t life threatening was neither here nor there. We ...

European Cpital of Culture

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 29, 2011

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... from 'The Rough Guide to Finland'. It is Finland’s oldest city and served as its’ capital when the country was a Swedish province. It lost this crown when Alexander 1 decided that it was too closely aligned with Sweden and Helsinki became the capital in 1821. I don’t believe I’ve mentioned this before but Finland has two national languages with almost equal status, Finnish (92% of population) and Swedish (6%). ...

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