This red granite building in Porvoo was designed by Walter and Ivar Thomén. The men were also the designers of Helsinki’s Stockmann department store.
Finally I am back from our three week sailing trip. You can imagine how happy I was to see my Nespresso machine after drinking all kinds of horrible coffee for three weeks! If we were having coffee, I would ask you if you’d join me for a latte or would you perhaps like to sample some tea from London?
On our sailing trip we spent a few nights in the delightful seaside town, Hanko. The town is known for its’ many old and gorgeous villas, so as a door fanatic, I had to capture some for you to see. The yellow villa has doors with small details, looks quite pretty.
Hubby and I were invited to Porvoo to celebrate our friend Teemu’s 40th birthday. He had arranged a cruise along the Porvoo river for all the guests aboard M/S Fredrika – the scenery was amazing.
After a long leg of sailing, finally docking into the harbour of Lohusalu in Estonia, we heard Kim Wilde doing a soundcheck at the stage next to the marina. We soon learned that as marina guests, we were entitled to free tickets to the night’s concert. But alas – this was not the cherry on top.
This week we return to Sofia, Bulgaria. There is one statue above all in the city and that is the Statue of Sveta Sofia.
Porvoo, a quaint town in Finland has doors to please everyone. Here’s just a handful.