Centro Hotel Turku
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... either didn't respond or didn't have their calendars up to date, so I booked a Holiday Inn downtown. It had a pool and a sauna for about $11 0 US a night.
We walked from the ferry to the room. That might have been a mistake since it was a mile and a half. That seems to be just outside of our limit for walking with the bags, but it was a nice walk past a castle, a maritime museum, and we followed the Aura river upstream to the hotel. ...
... We pulled into the bus station in Turku a little after 5pm, and after a couple of mishaps with broken luggage handles and misplaced (but not lost) knapsacks, we found our inn a few kilometers outside of the main town. And what a charming little place it is! It's a guesthouse as opposed to a backpacker hostel, with a large sitting room, a sauna for guests, and a country feel to the area. Every room is decorated differently -- ours is entirely in white, for instance, while another room ...
... to spend the next couple hours posted up in the terminal where we were entertained by a quartet of Caribbean singers and sporadic conversations with a tour group from South Korea. Our ship arrived and I was really pleased with our slightly cramped, but comfortable accommodations for the overnight voyage to Finland. We had a four berth cabin and luckily only three of us to share it. Our third cabin mate was a portly Tibetan monk who was adorned in the traditional robe ...
... some clothes from a thrift shop, walked around Turku castle at sunset and had a few scotches at a Viking bar.
The hostel I'm staying in is one of the best yet, clean, warm and really friendly. The only downside is the Asians, I mean typically they're a friendly and lovely people, but something about the ones that visit here... They give you the once over and are generally ********. High ...
... in either place. Nor see the rest of the collection of the Heraklion archeological museum. Just the Minoan collection (the part of it that was exhibited, thanks to the renovations going on in the museum), but not, for example, the Roman period artefacts. "You can see them anywhere in Europe", said our guide. Sure, true, but I wanted to see these ones. Thirdly, in these modern times it's always good to have GPS tracking available. Taxi drivers ...