- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... an hour but gave us enough wood for 2. I never thought we'd last that long but we did. Deanne liked looking at the steam come off my body when in the cooling room. I haven't been this hot since I was in a Turkish Hamam and I paid a guy to beat me up (i.e. give me a traditional massage.) I felt like a stuck pig after that one, but I liked it.
It's not that the temperature outside is cold yet. We actually sunned on ...
... World War II, so some sections have been reconstructed and restored since, but a good part of it is actually still original from the era. I joined a guided tour that was actually pretty good, and got a good run-through on Finnish history of the era. We saw dungeons where prisoners were kept, great banquet halls, an original Catholic church from before Finland's reformation, statues and costumes and ...
... the lee of an island, the channel was 20 yards wide and the wind was non-existent to on the nose and whilst we only had 40 yards or so to go before we could free off and sail in amore downwind direction, our leeway (downwind drift) was such that we would most definitely hit a rock, just by the cardinal mark. That was when I started the engine just to nudge us through. I also used the engine once again, to get us past a chain ferry which ...
... I think about 15 minutes of their set are already done. They don't disappoint, I must say I do prefer some of their older stuff but its a great end of the night.
The walk home is a long one, as everyone seems to have stuck around, there are offers to join after parties but its been a VERY LONG DAY/NIGHT so when I get back to the bus station at 3am I decide that's it for me.
Its absolute chaos trying to get 40,000 people back by ...
... other piece of indifferent to bad news was that they were also predicting little or no wind, from the north and north east until Wednesday and then from the southern sectors thereafter.
Decision made, we decided to start working our way southwards towards the rocky island of Utö, our stepping off point for Sweden, stopping on the island of Storlandet and harbour of Nauvo. Having made this decision, we needed some supplies so Julie ...