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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
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... Occasionally there were a few cars on the roads below, making it very scenic.
I arrived and got my luggage withing 10 minutes. Jenni and Tommi were waiting for me, and we then caught up and went to Hessburger. It was a fantastic night and I went to sleep.
The next day I met up with a friend and walked around the city. We went to El Nam, which is a new Mexican restauratn in town. I also bought a waterPROOF jacket and also some nice new shoes.
... We had clear skies again today. One guy talked on his cell the entire 2 hour trip!
The bus arrives at the university campus just outside the town centre, unlike the more expensive train which goes closer to the centre. I was to walk to the Cathedral so navigated myself thru the campus based on ...
... the time periods.
(Side note: We'd been seeing everything with the word "linna" in it in street names all over Finland. Turns out, Linna means "castle" in Finnish. Which would make sense. And Linnea, it also explains why I keep thinking everything is named after you.)
After the castle tour, I met Catherine and Alex back in Market Square, and we jumped on the local bus back to our inn. ...
... spent a lot of time in Turku when he was an exchange student, so he had to show me his old stomping grounds (which mainly included places where he used to imbibe). One of the pubs that he regularly frequented was in a mall, so as we were walking through we stopped in Merimekko. The Finnish brand has a strong American presence thanks to their partnership with Crate & Barrel, but we stopped in anyway. Before you knew it, we were walking out with the bright, floral pillow ...
... first met. His English was limited, mostly consisting of grunts and "Good" or "Bad", which he used to answer most of our questions. Although there was really no true line of communication between us, I liked our Tibetan monk friend. He offered me some dried goji berries while grunting and muttering, "Good". Full steam ahead, we cruised through the archipelago out of Stockholm towards Turku, Finland. The views from the deck of our ship were amazing as we navigated ...