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... and that I will have to change somewhere and cross to the other side of motorway. So – the last big challenge to be in time at the right airport ;-).
Then I went with the lecturers (3 of them) for a coffee in the cafeteria. At 10 a.m. I started with lectures; there was only 1 question, but it brought to my mind, that 1 CR in Finland is 26,7 hours worth – not 25.
Afterwards I followed ...
... 8211; IN THE SUN!!
Then we did some shopping in special factory-shops and she showed me her flat.
It was a relaxing and amusing end of that day – but unfortunately I had no camera with me (because Vesa’s call was unexpected) ;-)
Sorry – there would have been some nice pictures (like in fairy-tales) – now they are only in my mind. Maybe I’ve the chance to do some tomorrow because Vesa has some plans for tomorrow evening … ;-)
... p.m – that balances out the missingTV (even though it will be much more expensive) ;-)
I already strolled through the streets of Hämeenlinna and I like it very much – it's is really lovely with the lake and some interesting buildings.
Now (11:00 p.m) I have to prepare for tomorrow … my first day at HAMK ...
... I eventually found a McDonald's that was open and I defrosted my fingers and nose. I walked around a little bit more but soon enough it was time to head to the rink. The great thing about the women's world championships is that tickets were cheap. I got to watch both the bronze medal game and the gold medal game for only €30 Euros. I ended up getting a ticket right in the front row directly opposite the benches and near one of the penalty boxes. Up first ...
... hit me like a punch and woke me up. I couldn't see a clock but when David woke shortly after I asked him the time - 2.30. When we came back from dinner we'd been cold & turned on some heating - it was now too hot & we got up & turned off everything & opened the window a little. At 4.30 it was still too hot. David got up & moved the mouse to see the status of the computer - and it was working! (I'd been longing to do that but wasn't sure ...