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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Whilst the weather really is warm, it must cool down somewhat at night as every morning, the boat's external surfaces are covered in condensation and this morning was exceptional, it was dripping. Still, it was a beautiful day and we were off and on our way by 06:45, preferring to use our marine heads rather than the facilities offered on shore. In calm conditions, showering on the hoof is perfectly feasible, as is having breakfast and we do this quite ...
... not to use the wood that was supplied for cooking in the fancy hut, rather I used our barbecue on the shingle shore , upon which I cooked a pork tenderloin and some vegetables which we ate in our cockpit in the beautifully warm sunshine – the temperature in the cabin was 29°C, so it really was warm. Still, we did manage to sleep with all the hatches open and mosquito netting over them, not that there are that many but better to be safe than ...
... and I that we were not going to be able to get all of our purchases into the suitcases we came with. So the decision was made to go out and purchase another one which we found at Jysk for 40 euros...regularly about 100. We were confident that between that suitcase, and the ones we travelled with we would be able to fit all our purchases in. Later in the afternoon the five of us (Ritva, Esa, Anna, Megan and I) went for another drive and this time it was to ...
... most bicycle/pedestrian routes in the more urban areas. Before we left Ritva presented us with 3 pairs of hand-made socks in Finland blue with a white flag knitted in, made for us by her mother. This was very nice because it is actually her father who was my relative. But that's the way in Finland...some of the nicest people I've met are the spouses of my relatives, who have greeted me as though I was their family. This was certainly the case with ...
... to her husband Esa, who unfortunately doesn't speak English. We loaded our suitcases in their car and headed for her small home located about 100 meters outside of the city limits of Pori (in Uvilla). There was only two hours until it would be time to leave for the ferry to Stockholm so Megan and I placed the items we'd need into a smaller suitcase loaned to us by Ritva so we wouldn't need to bring our full suitcases with us. We ...