I’m going to be honest here. I’m a sucker for a good weekend getaway. So when I was invited to Finland, I knew I had to make it happen. I had a few ideas in my head, but I wanted to hear from the pros and cons. Finland is a beautiful country, but it is also quite expensive. I didn’t want to get stuck there, but I was willing to spend $1,800 a night.
I had heard of this place before, but it was still a surprise. The beauty of the trip is that you can get anywhere, everywhere, anytime, and you don’t have to plan out the whole trip, just the parts of it you want to go on and the ones you don’t. You can also get all the attractions on your own, so you can save money on the rest of your trip (which, by the way, is cheaper and more enjoyable than you might think).
The one drawback is that you can only go to a portion of the sites as a part of the trip. As soon as you leave the airport, you will still be on the ground. This means that if you plan on going to Finland, you will have to plan ahead to get to the places you want to go. That will definitely make your trip a whole lot more enjoyable, but it seems like an inconvenience.
You can’t go to Finland without having a phone call from your wife, but that will make it very difficult to go to Finland to visit relatives. It’s also a lot easier to just pick up the phone and just leave the home phone on.
It’s a good thing that we do have a phone call tomorrow, because we will have to do it. The fact that we have a phone call means that she will know that we’re leaving. If you want to go to Finland, you’ll have to plan ahead for that.