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... Tanja insisted that she take us by her house to meet her family and, as it turned out, give us Vodka to drink! I think I had mentioned the Vodka stereotype too many times she felt obliged to give us some! Unfortunately, no-one took a knife out after the Vodka! We got to meet her husband and daughter and her parents who live next door as well. We even got to check out the sauna but sadly didn’t get a chance to try it. Next ...
I didn't know much about Helsinki before our cruise, aside from the country’s tenuous relationship with its big brown bear of a neighbor.
And, of course, that they have reindeer up north, where it gets very cold.
And that Geena Davis was married to a movie director who was Finnish, and she said the language is difficult to learn because it is unrelated to any other world language.
... is it's most successful. Pretty amazing eh? Apparently there is a failed state index that looks at a variety of indicators such as poverty, refugees, wage equality, public services etc and ranks the countries accordingly. 2. It arguably has the world's most successful education system. If I were still interested in such things I'd like to do a bit of a study tour. Oh well, a bit late ...
... and we pulled into Finland's impressive harbour around 5pm, getting a panoramic view of the port and city in the process. We opted to walk to the hostel instead of taking a tram, since the weather seemed a bit cooler and we wanted to get oriented. Of course, the walk was a bit longer than it had looked on a map, so about 30 minutes later we arrived, sticky and sweaty and with sore feet, and made a beeline for showers.
First impressions of Helsinki: Nice ...
... in the 1400s. But, I beg to differ. I didn’t argue with her but I know of one that’s older. Santa Maria Novella in Florence, Italy, was started by monks as a monastery in the 800s AD. They grew their own herbs and made their own medicines, perfumes, and soaps. It was officially founded sometime in the 1200s when Florentine noblewoman, Catherine d’Medici discovered it. In fact, when she married the King of France, she brought one of the monks with her to ...