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... cloudy skies and the immensity of the interesting buildings. It is a very livable city if you can afford it. Tomorrow we start our trip back home by flying to DC (with a short stop in Reykjavik, Iceland) to stay with a great friend who has kept our car for 3 weeks, then driving to Richmond on Monday to see another friend, then on to Sun City on Tuesday. It's been a great trip but we'll be glad to get ...
... artiste Tatzu Nishi took the sculpture Manta created by Ville Vallgren in 1905 and created public art. It costs 3 euros to take a look inside (even the wallpaper is his creation) and 130 euros at night. It is fully booked.
There's a window the width of the room right across look ...
Our rather sensible plan to leave at 04:30 was modified and we actually leave at 05:20; a much more realistic time. Traffic is light and we sail down the motorway gritting our teeth as we rapidly decelerate through many temporary speed limits. As we approach Heathrow, Kate broaches the the fact we do not actually have directions for the long stay car parking but we manage to find it ok using the force and some remarkably good signage. Orla ...
... in the Terrier Group lineup who was just going: "Let's play tug! Oh, you want me to stand! OK! But hey, I stood, so that's enough now! Yay, going for a walk! What, you want me to do it properly? There's food involved? See I can do properly!" He came second in Group, but he won everyone's heart! So, I have had a really good time so far. One more day of dog shows, then Alex can get us back! Poor Alex didn't see us from ...
... stretches along the entire northern shore of the Gulf of Finland and winds around numerous islets and peninsulas. The metropolitan area of the city houses eight universities (all free to qualifying students) and six technology parks. It is an attractive city for immigration. The guide said the United Nations quota for all of Finland was 1100 annually. Most of them come to Helsinki. ...