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... haven't seen in years. Last nite there was also a strange Finnish tv movie from the late 80s starring British actress Kate O'Mara as a whimpering accomplish to a serial killer. ...
... the check in process yesterday morning. We had our boarding cards and three of the four bags were already checked in and we had the luggage tag for the final bag in hand, it just needed to go to the fast bag drop. So we sat back and enjoyed some more wine and beer.
A couple of hours before our flight was due to depart, Sari drove us to the airport. She came in with us to make sure that David’s snowboard bag had been taken out of ...
... north onto a bumpy road between thousands of snow covered Christmas trees. Possibly the most AWESOME thing we've done these past 8 months. Our 5 dogs were so fast, we had to keep braking to stop them running up our leaders bum, even up hills. I hope our photos do it justice, we has the best outfits to keep us warm and dry, which is lucky because as soon as Steph and I swapped to give her a drive, it snowed like crazy. So instead of ...
Christina, our guide, and Markos, our driver, took us on a fairly good tour around Helsinki this morning with a few photo stops - which are the most important, and most accessible places. All very good. I think we were both quite satisfied by all of it. Helsinki is a lovely city. Quite clean and orderly. It did rain for about half an hour, but not heavy. We were told that were many wifi hotspots around town so we sat ourselves in a ...
... et l'autre en Espagne, le E-1. De ces deux prototypes descendront les Type I, II, VII et IX allemands, les Classe S soviétiques et tous leurs descendants, c'est-à-dire directement ou indirectement (via des des U-Boot saisis) tous les sous-marins jusqu'à l'ère nucléaire!
Donc à part la fascination de pouvoir visiter un autre U-Boot, celui-là est vraiment un monument historique. La silhouette est déjà là, les grandes lignes sont évidentes, et de loin juste en voyant ...