As most in Finland, that are of age to work fulltime, I all so had 4 weeks of paid vacation, and this year I enjoyed it in July. And almost every minute of it, out at the cottage with my 3 kids.
Our trip drew to an end as we woke up on Friday morning. There was packing, and cleaning of the apartment, and then the drive back to Tallinn. Continue reading “Home sweet home”
As we yesterday had a day with a visit to the center of Pärnu for walking and checking in the city, which not always is the funnest for kids, we today planned the day more around the kids fun things to do. Continue reading “A day for the kids”
The first whole day in Pärnu is coming to it’s end. The weather forecast felt like not to be trusted, as it seemed to change by the hour, or even every timed you refreshed the webpage. Continue reading “Rain, or no rain?”
We decided with my wife to make a trip before school/daycare start. After bouncing some ideas, we ended up visiting Pärnu in Estonia. A place we heard good about, and that seems to be popular at the moment. Continue reading “Trip with the family”
Two days of walking was starting be felt for real in both feet’s and lower back. But there was still places to be seen, and we wanted to capitalize on this unique possibility. So shoes on, and off we went for a another day out on the town. Continue reading “21.-22.4. Rome, Italy. Post 3/3”
After a well slept second night in Rome, we were eager to take in another day of magnificent buildings and history information. If Vatican City is one clear site to visit, the maybe second most was on the program today. Continue reading “20.4. Rome, Italy. Post 2/3”
Rome, the city with a rich and colorful history, spectacular buildings, and over 900 churches. We made with my wife a trip to Rome during 18.-22.4,and this is the first of three posts of the trip. Continue reading “18.-19.4 – Rome, Italy. Post 1/3”