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... of several bridges
You could find strategically placed benches
So this is just a taste of what I enjoyed in Suomenlinna. It was the highlight of my trip to Helsinki. The ferry back on the open deck was a bit cold but I was expecting that. It was all worth it.
Bye for now
... is it's most successful. Pretty amazing eh? Apparently there is a failed state index that looks at a variety of indicators such as poverty, refugees, wage equality, public services etc and ranks the countries accordingly. 2. It arguably has the world's most successful education system. If I were still interested in such things I'd like to do a bit of a study tour. Oh well, a bit late ...
... memory lane with her, though. She remembers every single detail from her year with us, while those memories are fuzzy in my mind. Although we both have gotten older, she hasn't changed much!! Shorter hair now, but still the same laugh and personality.
We headed back to the apartment after dinner and Pekka got the bathroom sauna ready for Colin and me to use. Almost every home in Finland has their own sauna and the Uskali's were ...
... 8211; he'd looked it up, and from what he could see, it
wasn't leaving until 11.25am! Dang!!!
Unfortunately, his information turned out to be correct, and we had a 4 hour wait at the Parainen bus stop. (The lady at Airisto had looked it up for us,and she believed it was going at 8am, even on the public holiday, and we'd hadno reason not to believe her). ...
... all these annoying tourist getting in my photos. Well, we were on our schedule today, so we'll just wait these pest out. It worked pretty well except for the loser playing a flute, and dressed as a leprechaun in front of the main statue. Oh yeah, he had a stuffed pig begging for money while he played, and danced. Sorry people, I don't make this stuff up. Almost as funny as the fat girl we saw crossing the street with bright red leotards, and high top sneakers. I ...