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... with more museums than one could possibly visit in a week. We were particularly interested in areas where the old Berlin wall had been.
Stockholm: Nothing prepared us for the beauty of the fjords as we flew in over Stockholm at sunset. We loved our taste of beautiful Sweden. We overnighted on a floating hotel/boat, strolled the 'old town' and then departed on an overnight ferry thru the fjords towards Estonia. ...
... because I am always down for looking out the window at the passing by countryside.
In Tampere I saw my high school friend Inkeri who is studying civil engineering. We had a great time eating McDonalds and walking around the city. Even though it was midnight, the city was in a perpetual twilight.
... life and heritage on the river banks. The tar extraction pits were most fascinating. They get the tar (i.e. resin) from the tree trunks, buried in large pits with a fire above. After this, we wandered around some of the town, had dinner at one of the stalls in the market square ( I had salmon, Ron had reindeer sausage and elk meatballs!) and then back to the hotel. I'm getting used to saunas at the end of the day. Very ...
We drove from Vaasa to Oulu yesterday. Oulu is the largest northern town in Finland. Our hotel was close to the water which was nice. Today, we set off to walk along the riverside park. We followed the Lonely Planet recommendation and explored the Taidemuseo modern art gallery, which turned out to be very good. The best part was surprisingly the quilt exhibition, featuring a number of U.S. quilt artists. There were other exhibitions as well, and we spent an enjoyable couple of hours ...
... a word I say, nor I of them.
Finally my breather came when I heard my name referenced to announce that I would then play some songs on the flute. At last! Something I was a little more comfortable with. As this was a celebration for Finlands up-coming 97th Year of Independence, I had decided to begin the repertoire with the tune that matches those beautiful words they might recognize*:
'Oh God, our ...