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- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Swimming pool
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... government. In 1917 when the Russian Revolution began Finland declared her independence and has been an independent country ever since. Today, Finnish citizens enjoy what is referred to as "Everyman's Rights" which says that they can access and use any land in the country including private lands. Sweden was the first and longest occupier, leaving its mark to this day, school children must learn Swedish and even the street signs have ...
... utterly stunning. I managed to scoot through the palace in an hour, before my taking a walk though Alexander gardens then back to Issacs cathedral and board the last bus back to the boat.
I needed a toilet break so i walked into a hotel and found the toilet, As the hotel was very upmarket, i wandered around and found a sign to the billiard room. Once at the room, which is shut , is a plaque listing some of the people that have played in this room. Putin ...
Cruises. It's like going aboard the zombie mothership. After lining up and getting a million checks we got on board. The first thing about cruises: food. Always available. As much as you want to eat. Pretty much anything. I had indian, ice tea, tea, water, rice, vegetables and ice cream first day for lunch. Cruises are a dangerous place for putting on weight. You can buy unlimited drinks for $67 us a day (apart from wine). That ...
... it), and it easily occupies my mind, so the means of detaching myself from it have to be extreme.
May 2015 was the coldest in Finland for 50 years, and June doesn't seem to get much warmer. That doesn't bother me much. From tomorrow onwards it's going to be sunny and hot for the next 5 weeks - in Galilee, Israel.
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... is in summer they have enormous Mosquitos that cause big problems ......... Not sorry to miss that!
The temperature dropped as we drove north, it got up to around 12 but fell to about 7. The further we travelled North the more snow was around (on the ground). Those frozen lakes I would like to see, well they are still here or at least parts of them. And we saw 2 reindeer. I did suggest we go and look some more but was assured you will see plenty ...