Original Sokos Hotel Vaakuna Hameenlinna
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... me for dinner afterwards in CUMULUS restaurant: mushroom-soup, salmon with mashed potatoes and spinach and delicious dessert … (no clue what it was) ;-) Had another talk to another student in German … and … after some Whisky Vesa also switched to German ;-).
Now I packed all my things together (1 bag more;-)) – I have to get up tomorrow at 5 a.m. ...
... and some SALMIAKI from Sari (typical finish sweets) – it was some kind of hard to let … hopefully Sari will come to Austria within the Erasmus programme some time. THANK YOU SARI!!
Same ‘problem’ with Sanna – I hope she takes my invitation to Austria seriously … so Sanna: THANK YOU SANNA and lots of HUGS!!! I’ve been very sorry not to meet you anymore this ...
... Emilia: The King’s Speech – GREAT FILM!!!
And now … again … working on my reports … and I’m looking forward to tomorrow evening: Sanna will meet me for a glass of wine ;-) (or even some – but I have to keep my teaching-duty on Thursday in mind!!!! Not to ‘represent Austria’ drunk ...
... into the finish Vocational Education System in general, which seems to be as complicated as the Austrian System. A very kind finish woman who is married to a german man did this introduction.
Afterwards I finished the working-part of this day and returned to the Hotel which is nearby the University building (about 20 min. to ...
... most of the cheers but one woman sitting beside me did translate a few things. As it turns out I was cheering for the correct team as Finland won 4-1 to take the bronze medal. I also found out the woman sitting beside me used to play hockey with one of the Finnish players as the player came over after the game and banged on the glass. What I found amusing is that that Finnish player's last name was Tikkinen. When I saw that name on the back of her jersey ...