Address: Kakskerrantie 618, Turku, Western Finland, Finland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kakskerrantie 618, Turku, is near Luostarinmaki Handicrafts Museum and Kirjais.
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Turku, Finland

A travel blog entry by sydsam1995 on Jul 20, 2015

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This morning we were up and off to the nearby town of Turku, Finland. Turku is the nearest city and where Sara goes to school and works in a restaurant called Target. It is about a half hour away. Turku was originally the capital city. Finland trivia: Finland is young as far as an independent country: they won their independence from Russia in 1917. In ...

Turku, a day of museums.

A travel blog entry by linda.g on Jul 01, 2015

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... were most enlightening. The last stop was the Handicrafts Museum, a unique outdoors museum with 200 year old cottages standing on their original sites. The small wooden houses showcase traditional Finnish building methods. We got an insight into the living standards and various crafts. The Great Fire of Turku in 1827 (which burned down 2/3 of the city) did not touch this location. Overall, a veeerrry long ...

Turku, Finland

A travel blog entry by hippler on Sep 06, 2014

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... went out for pizza at a local institution and we weren't disappointed. It's interesting to note how many ethnic restaurants wherever we go. You kind of have to hunt to find the local fare sometimes. We did, however, decide to pass on the Viking themed restaurant - Harolds. Oh, and in Sweden, we learned they pronounce it "Vee King" which makes Minnesota fans "Vee Queen" fans.

There are a lot of Thai restaurants here and a ...

Down by the Aura

A travel blog entry by segacs on Aug 13, 2014

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... Kioski for candy, and wandered around a bit, snapping photos and just taking it in. Then we strolled by the river and people-watched for a while.

One thing I noticed straight away about Turku is that everyone seems to be exceptionally good looking here. Men and women alike are tall and fit. Lots of blond hair. Also, everyone seems to ride bikes, jog, or engage in other sorts of active sports. I'm not sure whether it's motivational or not, but it's certainly fun to look at.

Snoring Monk and Happy Nun

A travel blog entry by vontiki2000 on May 22, 2014

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... Google Maps to navigate back to the rental agency. What the app failed to adequately recognize was the amount of construction occurring along our route. Stockholm is not a particularly driver-friendly place with one-way streets and dedicated bus lanes everywhere. Add street closures and rush hour traffic to the mix and it becomes next to impossible to get from point A to point B....especially for foreigners staring at a tiny map on a telephone screen waiting for it ...

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