Holiday Inn Turku
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... 8217; shopping, which the kids loved. It is so funny to go into these shops in all of the different cities and countries, as I would estimate that about 80% of the merchandise is the same, just the name of the city printed on the various items change. I really quite like the canvas shoulder bags with the name of the city repeated all over the bag ….. I just need to decide which city I like the best! Even with all of this repeat merchandise the ...
... of times, it turns out that I am able to make do with the old school paper map I have (I refuse to use a GPS function on one's smart phone, mainly because I don't own my own smart phone!)) and get onto the highway, off the highway and to the National Park. I am quietly impressed with myself! This was a monumental step for me today to not let my self doubt stop me from seeing something new. It's the FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out) in me I guess. ...
... I could have imagined, playing songs from their past 20yrs of work. So family I'm not a teenie bopper following yet another band, well I guess I am, but they are either my age or a couple of years younger and have been a band for all that time, so that makes it okay for me to be a fan. Really tired now though, showing my age ;) Back to Helsinki tomorrow! ...
Arrival in Turku very soon, after a long evening spent with just two hours of rest, with my sleeping bag in a corner of the ship....enough to recharge my power!!
Upon my arrival in Turku, the change of hours, I move the hand of the clock one hour forward. After waiting for the outflow of trucks and cars below, I then go out on my bike, there is the fresh air of Finland!
Along the road that leads me to the center of ...
... the next day and figure out how to get to the harbor AND what we were going to do once we got off. We hadn't even messaged anyone in Sweden to host us. So we had to get on top of all of that. We messaged a bunch of people, but didn't expect anyone to respond with such short notice. So we also looked into booking a hostel. On top of all that, we found out that Sweden doesn't use the Euro, we had no groceries, needed to do all of our laundry ...