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... I saw, I did not find it very impressive.
From there we went to Temppeliaukio (Temple Square) and visited the Church Of The Rock, a very impressive, beautiful and awesome building. The interior was cut out of solid rock and natural light entered through the glazed dome, and by leaving the rock walls exposed, the acoustics were excellent. This Lutheran Church had a pipe organ on its left wall and ...
... period rather than the 80’s. This final discovery proved to be too much for Jo, who had been sh**ting her pants after every creak of the floor boards beneath our feet or the entering of any new room that I insisted must be discovered. She pushed me aside and proceeded to the doorway and to the light of freedom back in the courtyard.
I could not blame her as this was one of the creepiest madhouses that I have ever experienced. I don’t like ...
... by war. We also walked along the coast line and looked out over the Baltic Sea and watched the sun rise and set.
One of the neatest things we did was to visit the museum at the Hotel Viro. Hotel Viro was built during Soviet times for western tourists to Estonia, and thus it was a very fancy hotel to showcase how great the USSR was. But the entire thing was a farce from the very beginning. The hotel was built by Finns, and thus was built in three years as ...
... 8230;. in Estonian. No idea what they were about but it was fun setting them all off. The stand out moment was when you stood on these grey disks on the floor, at the push of a button they became completely transparent showing you the ground 70 floors below. It was definitely a “squeaky-bum” moment. Our older viewers may recall the human chain in the Baltics (Chain of Freedom), well that 600km long chain of 2million people started from this TV ...
Kaks suve järjest edasilükatud käik Ahvenamaale on nüüd lõpuks päevakorras.
Ahvenamaa: ca 6500 saart, autonoomne piirkond Soome koosseisus, ametlik keel on rootsi, pealinn Mariehamn, rahvast umbes 28 000 inimest.
Miks kuulub punt rootslasi Soomele? 1809 sõlmitud Fredrikshamni lepinguga loovutas Rootsi Venemaale hulga alasid, muuhulgas Ahvenamaa. Sellest sai pool-autonoomse Soome hertsogiriigi osa. Krimmi sõja ajal löödi ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed