- 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 ...
... we gave up and started walking back towards the inn instead, stopping off at a patch of grass by the side of the main road for some picnic fare. Oh well. At least the sun was out and we had a nice walk through a pretty residential section of Turku.
When the wasps and hornets got too annoying (and there are a LOT of them here at this time of year), we made our way back towards the inn, stopping off at ...
... r or Houtskari, depending upon whether you're Swedish or a Finn. It was just outside the Ålands and therefore part of Finland proper, necessitating a change of courtesy flag to Finland, which I did en route.
This was probably one of the best day’s sailing we’ve had hereabouts and it would have been absolute heaven in a normal summer, with its’ wall to wall sunshine. Instead, we had rather gloomy ...
... it is a 5km hike back afterall and it will be Finland dark with lots of drunk people.
The venue is huge, with 4 big stages but easy enough to walk around, like most festivals there are not nearly enough toilets by half. I bought my own kleenex wet wipes with me from home which prove to be useful on more than one occasion.
First band I see are the Rival Sons, they kind of sound like the Black Crows they are on early in the day and do a pretty good ...
... 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 ...