Imatran Kylpyla Spa
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... had a good time. Leftovers that remained were carted off by Olga for her son Mishka, who couldn’t join us because he was at hockey practice. After clean up, Hoki and Helena sat back down for a couple more drinks. As I had made good use of the wine in making the risotto, and lubricating myself, I decided to pass on any more drinking. I headed back to my room to get my stuff and my mind ready to leave.
Pausing to reflect before turning ...
In the early 19th Century, the Wolkoff family, led by patriarch Ivan Ivanovich Wolkoff, had emigrated from the Yaroslav area, northeast of Moscow, to Finland, which was then a Russian Province. In Lappeenranta, Ivan Ivanovich became a very successful merchant, and befitting a man who now had social standing and wealth, in 1872 he acquired the house and adjoining buildings at #26 Kauppakatu, in the center ...
... Helena and Pettu headed off into the forest to pick mushrooms, blueberries, and wild strawberries if they could find them.
Several hours later, the mushroom/berry hunters returned with only mushrooms to show for their efforts. Helena suggested that we all go to visit their villages’ smoke sauna (savusaunas). Hoki, Helena, Mikael and Pettu went, I stayed behind to soak up the solitude of the forest. While they were gone, Mikael sent me a ...
... the harbor. There to meet us were Helena and her mom, Aune, Mikael & Jutta, and Terttu. We had a leisurely cruise that twisted and turned through narrow channels past island after island until we finally came to Mälkiä Lock, the first and highest lock on the Finnish side of the canal (a rise or drop of 12.4 meters or 41 feet). The canal is roughly 27 miles long and goes from Lake Saima at 78 meters above sea level to Vyborg Bay at sea level on the ...
... three houses her entire life, the house she was born in, the old farmhouse she move into when she got married, and the new farmhouse her husband built in the mid-60’s right next to the old farmhouse which now serves as a storage shed.
The new farmhouse had all the modern conveniences of the time, especially central heating and a sauna off the laundry room. The house also had three vacant bedrooms, which is why we ended ...