Tag Archives: Finland
In less then a month now I’m going to be living my dream and travel to Finland. It pretty much sounds incredible and unbelievable but all the arrangements are already done: flights, hotel and a bit of the traveling guide. … Continue reading
From the beautiful Finland I have Saarin majakka. I so hope to see with my own eyes lighthouses like this.
From Jasmin and Emilia in Jyvaskyla.
Finland of my dreams always gives me the best postcards I can wish for.
I have been a member of postcrossing for a year now and what can be more beautiful then a Finlandia postcard in the mail to celebrate it? Lahti is ah … breathtaking. Many thanks Pauliina.
Cards from Finland are always a nice surprise, they always show me something worthwhile going to see with my own eyes. And I truly hope I’ll get there someday soon. Meanwhile, I’m enjoying these:
Eva sent me this lovely card from her home town, the oldest city in Finland, capital of the country until 1827, Turku. The cathedral is their oldest church dating from the 1286-1300.
This is Kerimaki in Finland, obviously, and it’s the largest wooden church in the world.
Beautiful destination for a relaxing holiday in Finland: Lappland.
Third one is from Finland. When I joined postcrossing I was hoping that maybe someday I’ll get a card from Finland too but, as I said in a previous post, those Finns are a majority on postcrossing which makes me … Continue reading
Today I present you one of my favorite places: Helsinki by night. Mia says that if you arrive by ferry from Stockholm or Tallinn this is the harbor where you’ll dock.