Kylpylahotelli Rantasipi Eden
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- TV Channel One Russia
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... videos of their performances and some interviews with the members talking about their experiences and achievements and some memorabilia would be an improvement. It would be better without the glass too - some people like to look all round the car and see inside, not just the front, and they like to get decent photos.
We did some washing in Tampere at ...
A very quiet and peaceful evening, blessed with no midges as it was cold but this made the skies clearer and the light and colours spectacular. We walked a little, enjoyed our evening meal with some wine and a good, long sleep. En route to Tampere now for a look see and perhaps a shop before we find somewhere for the night, we shall see! Having been here before helped ...
... up that the plane was 'boarding'. I pushed on to the gate only to find another 15 minute wait before the bus came to take us to the plane.
A smooth enough flight on an A320 got us to Helsinki on time. For the first time there was power available on the plane but the socket holder was too small to plug anything into.
Although it was another bus to the terminal it was only a short walk to passport control and ...
... set up in their spots, opening bottles of wine and beer while waiting for the late night sunset. We continued walking, just taking it all in, until we made it down to the river's edge. A brilliant sunset was our reward for the long walk. On the way back to the hostel, we stopped at a nearby pub for a couple pints and a sample of Finnish gin. 24 May 2014: Upon waking up late, we immediately set out for a couple of museums that sounded ...
... Milk is always a problem in a country where you don't speak the language. Many products also are also labelled in English, French, German, Spanish, etc., perhaps to lend them an air of international sophistication they do not quite warrant. But milk, being a universal staple and always sold locally, is always only in the local language. The pictures on the carton of, for example, happy cows flying over pastures, smiling buxom dairy ...