Holiday Inn Helsinki-Vantaa Airport
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Pretty new. Small rooms. Chris an I each have our own
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... the day but selling hams, cheeses, fish produce and other items.
Back in the hotel they had been showing double episodes of Uk soap Emmerdale at 6pm ...
... 8217;t as quick and uneventful, it was slow going and we were slipping and sliding around everywhere.
The table was set and dinner was ready when we arrived. Ömer had made some, well, actually heaps of, delicious Turkish kebabs on the barbeque. With a fresh salad, bread and a glass of good red wine, it was perfect.
There wasn’t a great rush to get to the airport even if it was an international flight. We had pretty ...
... before leaving santas village was to meet his reindeer, we'll not the official reindeer, they were in training ready for the big day, but we met Blutzens half brother who took us for a little trot around the village in a sleigh.
What an awesome day, I must say, it was time to hit the hay.
A lot of snow fell overnight making it a great day for husky riding, not so much for the northern lights, very cloudy.
We were taken ...
... crack a smile. Wandered back through the flea market. Lady with cashmere coats versus the inkivääri lohikäärme. An interesting exchange... Back to the flat for Giant naps. It's all about the restful Sunday. Wandered back out for a nice glass of wine in the evening sun at a bar al fresco. Then picked up a Thai takeaway and headed home to put Orla to bed unsuccessfully. Very wired! Epilogue: Orla does not sleep - at ...
... la suivante: après le traité de Versailles l'Allemagne ne peut plus construire d'U-Boots. Au début des années 20, elle décide de tenter de se maintenir à niveau technologiquement en établissant des bureaux d'études dans des pays neutres, sous des noms fictifs. Un de ces bureaux, situé aux Pays-Bas, dessine des sous-marins. Mais comment faire pour les construire? Des accords sont signés avec d'autres pays neutres et deux prototypes sont construits: un en Finlande en 1933, ...