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... did that too but it was a bit scary. There are signs warning of the dangers but how could I not?
Pathway leading to....
Canon facing the sea. There is no barrier, anyone can fall down if not careful.
More stairs that I just had to take
The one ...
Today was a restful day; Sundays in Finland are official holidays. Many of the shops are closed but there are still plenty of interesting places to visit and a surprising number of places to eat and drink. We picked a good time to visit! About every 3 months Finland allows anyone to open a popup restaurant for the day. So, as we walked along the streets to the one of the parks, people were setting up their stalls and the waft of ...
... The ferry trip across to the island was majestic - there was a still fog that wasn't lifting even though it was nearly 20 degrees - and it cast an eery stillness over each of the little islands we were passing. The spire from a church, a little boathouse, they faded into an out of existence as we cruised past. A few minutes later and we pulled up at Suomenlinna, and the sea of tourists simultaneously exited the ferry like a tidal wave. I took a few less travelled paths to get ...
... t get to surprise her – told her it was the thought that counted! Good to catch up with them, and to hear all about their 4 week trip to the US, Croatia, Amsterdam and London.
Went out to dinner to celebrate Justine's 30th birthday at an interesting restaurant called Zetor, which was decorated with tractors, cows, and all sorts of other strange ...
... bit and ended the afternoon with a beer on the river. We parted ways around 7pm. Jamie and I then went to a bar for some beer and food. After some delicious chicken strips, we strolled the city a bit. Turku is a nice little city but fairly boring.
Left Turku around noon on the bus to Tampere. Ate lunch at Napoli pizza (delicious of course). Weather was amazing and on this Friday Tampere was happening. People everywhere. After waling the entire ...